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29th Nov 22
A unique and decorative pattern that is clean in design and Victorian-inspired, this latest collection of luxury vinyl flooring boasts six new colourways that all lend themselves perfectly to both modern and traditional interiors. With modern practicality in mind, Walbrook has been carefully developed to form a stylish and chic palette, all created with family living in mind; from rich heritage tones which are wonderfully forgiving, especially in busy areas of the home, to fresh and natural hues that bring warmth and personality to newer, contemporary houses. Get to know our latest range below.
A clean and modern slate grey, Sherwin Slate works beautifully in kitchens especially when paired with neutral decor and next to darker kitchen units, both of which are on-trend. What’s more, luxury vinyl flooring is highly durable so you can rest assured it will work well in a room that sees a lot of traffic and acts as the hub of your home, making it perfect for families.
Green is predicted to be a hugely popular colour for 2023, and we have fully bought into the trend. When paired with putty or softer blush tones, Old Green is a pretty alternative to trending checkerboard flooring. The deep, rich Victorian green contrasts elegantly with a paler tone, giving a dramatic look alongside darker walls or wood panelling. Use it in your utility or laundry room for something a little unique, or make a statement in your bathroom with this striking patterned floor.
If you’re a fan of monochrome interiors, this mellow two-tone design makes a classic and elegant statement and is an incredibly practical flooring choice thanks to its darker colourway. We envisage Pastel Black working well in the busy areas of your home such as a hallway or family bathroom; especially as it’s easy to clean and low maintenance.
If you’re looking for flooring that is more natural and muted in tone, Avebury Stone is extremely versatile and the lightest colourway in the Walbrook collection. Ideal for complementing existing interior schemes, this flooring looks chic as an on-trend dining nook or zone alongside natural plank and parquet wood flooring, such as our Hurst Herringbone Dormouse.
Claystone is definitely a colour for busy family areas; think muddy paws and boots! A rich brownish blend of tones and inspired by the neo-gothic encaustic floor tiles of Victorian designer and architect AW Pugin, this is an ideal flooring choice for hallways, boot rooms and utility spaces; easy to clean, hugely practical and yet still super stylish.
An elegant and pretty design for bathroom or kitchen flooring, Peyton Blue is soft and chic, bringing a contemporary and fresh uplift to your home. We love styling it alongside rustic wood accents and vintage furniture for the ultimate sophisticated look that also taps into the Cottagecore and Elevated Country trends.