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How to get the ‘Quiet Luxury’ look with LVT flooring

Quiet Luxury is the trend that everyone's talking about right now - think understated elegance and serene simplicity. Investing in classic, timeless interior choices is a great way to embrace this trend and your flooring is no exception.

5 min read

29th Jun 23

light wood effect lvt plank with houseplant

Quiet Luxury is hard to avoid; continuously trending on social media and with brands everywhere tapping into the term, it’s all about creating a luxurious, gentle aesthetic that uses warm neutrals and natural accents. Bringing this trend to your home can easily be achieved through your flooring choices; here, we showcase which of our luxury vinyl flooring designs are perfectly suited to the Quiet Luxury aesthetic so many of us are aspiring to.

Hurst Herringbone

Our range of herringbone LVT flooring perfectly sums up Quiet Luxury; modern, natural and stylish. The collection is a great place to start when bringing this style to your home, and herringbone flooring is a classic trend that isn’t going anywhere. These authentic wood-effect planks offer elegance and look super luxe in an open plan kitchen, as featured below with Hurst Herringbone Earl Grey. What’s more, these mini planks are incredibly hard-wearing, designed to last and recognised for their low impact on the environment, making them all the more desirable.

grey toned herringbone lvt flooring in luxury kitchen

Black & white checkerboard

Why embrace one interiors trend when you can embrace two? A black and white checkerboard floor pays homage to the checkered pattern that we’re seeing everywhere right now, whilst being unashamedly luxurious at the same time. When paired with a classic roll top bath and vintage-inspired decor, we love Squares Stove Black and Linen White for this opulent monochrome style. What’s more, our range of LVT flooring is totally waterproof thanks to the multilayer makeup of the tiles, so it’s the ideal choice if you’re upgrading your bathroom to a truly luxe, zen place to escape.

black and white checkerboard lvt floor in bathroom

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Blue & White Checkerboard LVT

Layering warm neutrals

A feature of the Quiet Luxury trend is the art of layering warm neutrals; think natural wood meets soft textiles and lots of plants. Once again, our range of authentic wood LVT planks are the answer when it comes to bringing this aesthetic to your home. Take Natural Plank Tawn, pictured below, for example: it boasts incredibly realistic texture and detail, ideal for styling in both period and modern homes, and looks incredible alongside darker tones and scandi decor for that contemporary, casual look. As with all MSeries designs, these planks are recognised for their low impact on the environment – both indoors and outdoors – so you can tick that sustainability box too.

tawn wood effect living room lvt floor

Stone effect LVT flooring

Muted and refined simplicity is key to nailing the Quiet Luxury trend in our homes, and our new Nuance collection is the ideal match. Warm underfoot, unlike real stone flooring, and super easy to clean and maintain, this stone effect LVT range works beautifully in kitchens, bathrooms and hallways alike; wherever you want to inject that touch of luxe for less. Duck Egg Blue brings a sense of peace and serenity; just what is needed in busy, family kitchens or dining spaces as we seek retreat from our fast-paced lives. A calming interior aesthetic is a must these days and a rustic stone-look floor is a great place to start, especially when paired with warm neutrals and a flurry of foliage.

stone effect lvt flooring in modern family kitchen

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