5 min read
15th Feb 22
We are excited to welcome you to a brand new series of colourways which celebrate the stylish geometric pattern, and introduce a contemporary palette with reversed pattern. Parquet 2.0 is the perfect blend of classic design and modern practicality – these gorgeous tiles create a chic, playful feel in both modern and traditional interiors.
A gorgeous deep, British green that introduces a heritage aesthetic to both traditional and contemporary interiors, Hunter Green is the most popular colourway from the new collection. Dark greens are now often used as a neutral in place of charcoal tones and this design gives us that option as a floor tile. Reimagine your living space with colour block green walls to complement this easy to live with green tile. Alternatively, instantly upgrade a neutral kitchen by adding interest with this green toned design, or add to your bathroom and complement with pastel pink tiles and gold accents, as featured below.
Our Chalkboard colourway is a soft, worn-in black that is chic and yet wonderfully practical. This is a perfect choice for anyone looking to add trending monochrome to their space that works perfectly with contemporary neutral schemes and natural furnishings. The Parquet pattern is reminiscent of iconic checkerboard floors which are predicted to be big in 2022 – Parquet Chalkboard is a unique alternative that encompasses the two-tone monochrome feel, with the added interest of secondary patterns created through the geometric shapes; perfect for kitchens, hallways and boot rooms alike.
Parquet Chalkboard works perfectly contrasted against our MSeries Wood collections and natural wooden furnishings, creating a modern rustic aesthetic. The Celtic-inspired design encompasses both traditional patterns and contemporary colour palettes, with monochrome being a firm favourite when softened with neutral schemes. Mixing materials is an easy way to combine your favourite elements of various interior styles. Add warmth with vintage-inspired finds, practical yet beautiful appliances and natural light for a luxurious yet rustic feel.
Smart and stylish, this chalky blue creates interesting entranceways, bathrooms and pantries. With colour positivity being at the forefront of our 2022 renovation plans, Parquet College Blue allows for a splash of colour that is subtle and chic, with a nod to heritage tones that will be loved for years to come. All our luxury vinyl floors are compatible with underfloor heating, so you can be both cool and cosy with this stylish look.
Why not upgrade your work-from-home space into a cosy corner? Parquet College Blue can be used to zone off your home office, transforming forgotten spaces into inspiring areas of the home that are ideal for separating work and home life. Pair with a rustic wooden desk, panelled walls and personal touches such as desk plants to transform any sized space.
Parquet Pavestone is a modern, natural stone that is extremely versatile. Mixed materials are a big trend for 2022, as they allow you to be more creative and add focal points to different areas of the home. We love the modern elegance of Pavestone’s natural stone look when contrasted with a combination of soft and reflective surfaces such as wooden bathroom units and wall tiles. Inspired by traditional cement floor tiles, this neutral colourway is incredibly easy to live with.
We love contrasting the contemporary feel of this reversed colourway with rustic features in bathrooms, bringing together the natural neutral colour palette that is currently trending. Consider elements such as contrasting warm and cooler neutral tones through wicker baskets, statement radiators and reclaimed sink units to create a casual yet cosy atmosphere.
This elegant, pastel blue will look just as cool in a retro reading nook, as in a bijou bathroom. Designed to bring a freshness to homes both contemporary & more classic in style and taking inspiration from classic pastel checkerboards, Parquet Washed Blue reimagines these uplifting and emotive colour schemes for modern homes.
Why not transform once forgotten spaces with these refreshing pastel blues tiles; consider incorporating classic 60s furniture styles with modern trending features such as a styled up shelf with circular mirrors and reclaimed ceramics.