5 min read
15th Dec 17
No boot room is complete without beautifully fitted units. Allowing the freedom to choose the exact storage to suit your needs, custom furniture will fit even the most awkward of spaces. From coat racks and shelving, to purpose-built space for stowing away shoes and boots, this luxury addition may not come cheap but will certainly pay dividends when it comes to creating an organised and effortlessly chic boot room.
One of the main considerations of any boot room is the flooring. Required to withstand the day-to-day footfall of busy family life, the surface needs to be robust and easy to clean. Luxury vinyl tiles tick both boxes, whilst also coming in a range of patterns, colours and designs. Our designer LVT flooring makes for the perfect practical floor covering. Choose the new Neisha Crosland Check collection tile for a modern take on classic encaustic tiles, or opt for Dee Hardwicke’s pretty Lattice design for a traditional looking, yet hardwearing finish.
If space is at a premium, you can still create a designated boot area by investing in a few simple but practical details. This concept lends itself to small nooks and entrance hallways, where banished coats, wet umbrellas and those cold-weather accessories such as hats and scarfs often take over.
We’ve all been in that situation, where you’re hopping around in an effort to remove those muddy, post-dog-walk wellies. That’s where a storage bench comes in very handy. An essential part of any boot room, not only does this functional piece of furniture offer a space-saving spot to hide away those outdoor shoes (and everything else), it also provides a restful spot to remove them in style.