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As the room that you’re greeted with upon entering your home, the hallway should provide a lovely warm welcome for you and your guests - and you shouldn’t be afraid to use it to showcase your own personal style. After all, first impressions are everything! Here are a few fabulous hallway flooring ideas to get you started.

Combine style with amazing practicality

designer vinyl flooring in hallway

As well as looking beautiful, hallway flooring should also be practical - and Harvey Maria floors are tough enough for the busiest spaces. Here, Neisha Crosland’s stunning Parquet design in Charcoal has been matched with white and wooden accessories for a stylishly striking entrance.

designer vinyl flooring in hallway

Dee Hardwicke's Lattice design in Pear Tree Green gives the impression of a hand-painted ceramic floor, but with the strength and durability of a vinyl tile. The organic colors and rhythmic floral motif make it perfect hallway flooring, bringing the outside in for a serene yet stylish look.

designer vinyl flooring in hallway

Using Parquet by Neisha Crosland, this time in the shade Heather, lifestyle blogger Amanda Cottingham transformed her hallway into a dynamic and stylish space. She paired her new hallway flooring with bold accessories and an oversized mirror, completing the look with a cosy chair to create a functional reading nook. See what Amanda had to say about her new floor on her blog. Spoiler alert: she absolutely loved it!

Add ‘wow’ factor with features and borders

purple designer hallway vinyl flooring

If you really want to ‘wow’ your guests, why not make an impression by creating a feature area in your entrance hall? A designer floor can be totally transformed by adding a border in a complementary plain or wood effect tile. Here, Dee Hardwicke's Lattice in Hellebore is bordered with Premium Wood in Sawn Oak for a serene take on this striking look.

Lattice Hellebore View Floor
Sawn Oak View Floor
grey border and designer vinyl floor

For something a little more subtle, choosing a plain colored tile in a similar color works brilliantly to offset a designer pattern. Here, Lattice by Dee Hardwicke in Pebble Grey has been accented with a border of Little Bricks in Steel for beautifully stylish hallway flooring.

Pebble Grey View Floor
Steel View Floor

Freshen your space with light and bright shades

blue polka dot vinyl flooring

Don’t be afraid to experiment with light and bright colors that will make your hallway feel more spacious, as all of our floors are incredibly easy to clean and maintain. Cath Kidston’s gorgeous Blue Spot tile might seem like a risky choice for busy hallway flooring, but you can keep it looking spotless by using our Floor Care Kit for added protection.

Connect to other rooms for a home that flows

blue designer floor with oak effect border

You can even connect your hallway flooring to the rest of your home by linking it through to border a colored or patterned floor in an adjoining room. Tiles from our Premium Wood and Little Bricks ranges have been designed to complement our stunning designer collections, so you can choose your perfect combination and create a hallway floor that’s wonderfully unique. For ideas and inspiration, check out our Zoning & Borders page here!

Parquet Eggshell View Floor
County Oak View Floor

Make an entrance with striking patterns

bold green hallway vinyl flooring

Set the vibe for your whole home by creating a hallway that’s bursting with color and personality. Wonderfully vibrant Parquet Turquoise hallway flooring by Neisha Crosland makes a real statement, welcoming you home with its stylish Celtic-inspired motif and contrasting shades.

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