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Hay Field

Designer: Dee Hardwicke
£49.95 (inc VAT)
£49.95 (inc VAT)

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Pack coverage

1.115 square metres

Pack price

Price

£49.95 (inc VAT)

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Product Description: Dee Hardwicke’s Lattice in Hay Field is incredibly versatile, complementing a range of styles with its lightly golden shade. It works beautifully across a whole floor to mimic a classic ceramic look, or with a border such as Antique Oak for a contemporary finish. View product detail

Product Details

DEE HARDWICKE

Mixed-media artist Dee Hardwicke is endlessly inspired by the natural landscape, with each season bringing a fresh palette of colours, patterns, textures, and exciting new ideas.

Pack coverage:
1.115 square metres

Pack coverage:
12 sq. ft.

Pieces per pack:
12

Tile/Plank size:
30.5 cms x 30.5 cms x 2.5mm
floor dimensions

Tile/Plank size:
12" x 12" x .098"

Wear Layer:
0.55mm

Wear Layer:
0.022"

Edge:
Bevelled

Pattern:
Matching what's this?

Warranty:
25 years

Type:
Luxury vinyl tile (LVT)

Suitability:
Domestic & Commercial

Technical Specification Technical Specification

Complimentary designs:

Combine with complementary designs...

Reclaimed Pine Fawn Sawn Oak Antique Oak County Oak

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Easy to Clean
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DEE HARDWICKE

Mixed-media artist Dee Hardwicke is endlessly inspired by the natural landscape, with each season bringing a fresh palette of colours, patterns, textures, and exciting new ideas.

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Each pack contains ‘1.115’ square metres. Allow at least 5% for wastage.


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Installation & Care

DIY Fitting For Your Home

Fitting is straightforward. Simply spread the adhesive on your subfloor, lay the first tile and away you go. At the edge of the room, cut the tiles using a sharp knife.

Choosing a laying pattern

Choosing your laying pattern is an important part of achieving the very best possible appearance for your floor. Laying pattern guide

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Delivery

FREE Standard UK Delivery

Delivery is FREE to most mainland UK addresses and we aim to deliver in around 5 working days.

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Reviews
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    I am very pleased with my new Lattice Hayfield floor - it goes beautifully with my new kitchen and makes the room seem much bigger and lighter. I am attaching some photos which I hope show how lovely it all looks! Susan
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    So pleased with this. The design is so pretty. Even better is my husband did it himself. I shall certainly have more flooring from you when we decorate the other bathroom. I have told friends and family about your products , they are impressed. Paula J
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