As we work with thousands of homeowners each and every year, we can get a fantastic insight into décor tendencies and what fashions people are trying for when planning interior decoration.
We also love keeping up with the UK’s leading stylists and interior decorators, so we are able to advise people on the best possible floor for their dwelling.
Classic and creatively able to suit virtually any kind of décor in the home, grey and its variations are the most in demand colors for many years now, and it doesn’t look like the trend is going to burn out any time soon.
Whether your house is fabulously modern, or perfectly traditional, grey is a neutral colour which succeeds in its surroundings and blends with whatever fashion you have in mind.
Able to make living rooms complicated, and bedrooms grown up, gray goes with almost anything, such as grassy greens, light yellows, millennial pinks, and profound violets.
Including lush greens and charcoal browns, earthy colors and tones make for lovely homes that want to adopt that natural sense of style.
Whether your home appears to be a cabin deep in the nation, or a city apartment, there is nothing wrong with adopting a more natural style and relaxing amid a more comfortable chic setting.
What’s more, you can help to achieve a more natural sense of design with engineered wood flooring, together with wooden cupboards and furniture which are put delectably through the house.
Although monochromatic colors have been out of fashion for some time, there is no doubt that pastels, from green to pink, are making their way back into the mainstream.
Having a more contemporary and mature edge, courageous pastels can help you unwind and get the most out of different materials and styles, both on walls and furniture pieces.
What’s more, if you’re into upcycling or shabby chic décor, pastels work beautifully with distressed furniture and bright engineered timber flooring, such as our Rustic White Oiled Oak floors.
Sleek and sexy, and a shade that goes with just about every colour on Earth, black should be treated as a neutral color this year, and may be perfect if you want a room with effect or to offer drama.
Although you may not want to paint your walls black, anything from black book shelves, black luxury vinyl tiles, or perhaps black stripes, may be enough to create a delightfully dark setting without being too overwhelming.