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How to bring nature into your home with sustainable floors in mind

When it comes to choosing your new flooring, experimenting with pattern and colour positivity with the reassurance of positive sustainable credentials is made easy with our variety of luxe collections. As we become more expressive and playful with our interior styles in 2022, a desire to incorporate the world we are rediscovering and a sense of playfulness into our interior schemes is anchored by making more sustainable choices in all areas of our lives.

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25th Feb 22

lattice patterned grey and white lvt flooring in cottage hallway


We are really proud that the MSeries collection is recognised for its low impact on the environment in all aspects – production process, product composition, emissions & indoor air quality and sustainable construction. At each stage of the design process from concept to completion, we have thought about where we can reduce the environmental impact of our floors now and in the years to come. With conscious design at the forefront of trending interior schemes, MSeries is a perfect option for both traditional and contemporary properties.

The classic Herringbone style of the Hurst Herringbone collection is a popular choice with interior bloggers, combining authentic design with a palette including modern light wash wood tones. All our floors are designed to last for years to come, withstanding the demands of high footfall areas. Plus, they only need to be cleaned with water, a sustainable quality that means less time maintaining and more time enjoying your floor.

herringbone lvt flooring in hallway with staircase

Biophilic Design

Biophilic design is all about incorporating a connection to the natural world around us, something we are seeing increasingly in 2022 interiors. As we crave more carefree living, with time outdoors being prioritised in our everyday schedules, we’re also looking for ways to bring a sense of the outdoors in. This can be achieved by increasing the number of outdoor plants in our homes, especially in smaller properties with no or limited outdoor space. We’ve also seen many renovators creating a flow from open-plan living spaces seamlessly into their gardens, with gorgeous features such as bi-fold doors that break down the barrier between the garden and kitchen or living rooms.

This love for the beauty of nature is also reflected in the colours and tones we are choosing for our interiors, and this is something we’ve seen become bolder as we celebrate the palette of the seasons. Our LVT flooring incorporates seasonal inspired tones that are versatile enough to work year-round in our interiors, providing a new perspective as the light changes within a space.

light grey and white patterned lvt flooring in cottage hallway

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blue grey geometric pattern lvt flooring with colourful sofa

Mixed materials

Experimenting with pattern and texture has become increasingly popular, with mixing materials set out to be a key trend for 2022 and beyond. By incorporating soft and contrasting colours and natural and contemporary pieces, renovators are able to combine their favourite elements of different trends and interior styles to create a truly unique and personal scheme for both traditional and modern homes.

For example, combining modern grey colour palettes through luxury vinyl flooring, seen below with Parquet Pavestone, with rustic features in bathrooms allows you to add character without losing that refreshed feel. This in turn encourages us to think of new ways to repurpose items when decorating, a more sustainable choice when combined with more eco-friendly materials such as our MSeries collection.

dark grey patterned lvt flooring in rustic bathroom

Natural texture

Reflecting our love for biophilic design and mixed materials, natural textures are becoming increasingly popular when redesigning our homes. We see many customers opting for stone and concrete effect LVT floors as a much warmer underfoot and a more practical alternative to harsher cement flooring, that will still withstand the demands of busy family homes.

We also see natural textures coming through in wood flooring trends, with the detailed parquet and herringbone style flooring a firm favourite with interiors bloggers on Instagram. The multi-tonal and highly detailed MSeries Hurst Herringbone flooring collection captures the beauty of natural wood textures and blends seamlessly with a variety of interior schemes. All our floor tiles are soft underfoot and compatible with underfloor heating, so there’s no need to compromise on design or comfort. This, in turn, will complement the warmth that natural materials can bring to your home, creating your own beautiful place to escape.

light grey stone effect lvt flooring in modern kitchen