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How to embrace ‘Hipstoric Home’ style this year

Newly coined by Pinterest’s acclaimed annual trend report, Hipstoric Home is where it’s at this year. The notion of blending old materials with new in our interiors is set to soar as we find the perfect combination of vintage and contemporary.

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30th Jan 23

check shadow lvt flooring in kitchen

Whether you have a period home that cries out for a modern twist, or you live in a new build property but want to inject some personality; a great way to embrace this style is with your flooring. Here are some of our favourite LVT flooring designs that will help you embrace ‘Hipstoric Home’ for your next project.

Green heritage pattern with Walbrook Old Green

A brand new and totally original range, our Walbrook collection is a true celebration of the creative process; combining Victorian-inspired pattern with a thoroughly modern design. Made with family living in mind, this beautiful palette is full of character and warmth; and Old Green is the perfect choice for bringing a heritage vibe to your home. When paired with blush or putty tones, the deep and rich green tone truly sings, and we love it paired with on-trend panelling and darker walls.

green patterned lvt flooring in rustic utility room

Classic checkerboard chic with Squares Stove Black & Linen White

It’s a trend that’s going nowhere, with many opting for a classy and elegant checkerboard floor for our next home project. Featured below in the popular combination of Squares Stove Black & Squares Linen White, we just love the simplicity of a black and white checkered floor. A modern monochrome colour scheme contrasted with rustic woods and antique details is a match made in heaven; you could even incorporate into your bathroom with a luxurious roll top bath and complementary antique aesthetic.

black and white checkerboard floor in vintage bathroom

Geometric design for a modern twist with Check Shadow

For something truly unique, we love our Check collection, designed by the talented Neisha Crosland. Geometric in design and drawing inspiration from classic flooring design, it’s the ultimate meeting of traditional and contemporary. We especially love Check Shadow when partnered with reclaimed furniture and natural textures, particularly in a kitchen or pantry. For something a little bolder, why not try Check Blue that contrasts beautifully with fresh whites and gives the impression of a large, open-plan space.

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Delicate detail and pretty pattern with Lattice Pebble Grey

Inspired by the rhythmic delicacy of scattered petals, Lattice is one of our most loved collections. Curated by designer Dee Hardwicke, her hand-painted style offers an intricacy that can’t be found elsewhere and her use of organic shades, such as Pebble Grey, styles beautifully against contrasting greys and rustic wood details. Bringing the outdoors in, it offers a refreshing vibe to any home, especially those bursting with period character.

light grey and white patterned lvt floor in hallway

Contemporary zoning with Northmore Sable Black and Natural Plank Cove

Adding a border or creating a statement zone to your flooring can be ultra-stylish and bring a touch of luxe to your space. We love pairing encaustic design with natural wood-effect tiles, as pictured here with Northmore Sable Black, bursting with heritage influence, alongside Natural Plank Cove that is practical yet fresh. We find that a contemporary zoned floor brings patterned designs to life even more; plus you’re creating your very own style for your home making the space totally unique whether you’re creating a breakfast nook or cooking area or even a fun family place space.

black and white patterned lvt floor with wood planks in dining room

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