With such a cast array of products and design possiblities to choose from, we have put together a guide to designing your floor. Your floor can be as simple or as intricate as you like, and by following the steps below, we believe you will be able to create a truly individual floor to match your decor.
1. Choosing your main colour
Choose from the range of colour tones to complement your room's decorative palette; from natural beiges and browns to warm blues and greens. Or a specific type of tile effect such as marble, slate, terracotta, ceramic or mosaic. The most common tile size is 12" x 12", but many are also available at 16" x 16" and 12" x 18".
Choose a colour tone to complement your room or a specific type of wood effect such as beech, oak, walnut or pine. Woodplanks are available in a selection of sizes, according to range.
2. Adding a decorative strip
Once you have chosen your main floor colour, you have the option of adding a decorative strip.
Strip effects for tiles
We would highly recommend adding a narrow strip to a tile floor to create a natural grouting effect.
Add a strip to a woodplank floor to create an attractive ships decking effect.
3. Adding a border
If you would like to add a decorative edging to your room, you have the option of including a border.
A range of patterned borders designed specifically to complement your main floor colour.
Single pieces of design, metallic and feature strips can be specified in 3mm to 30mm widths.
Made up using combinations of design, metallic and feature strip. Tramline border design options are endless.