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Wood effect living room flooring in a scandi interior

Living Room Flooring

A place for entertaining, relaxing and everything in between; create a living room that is cosy and contemporary with luxury vinyl tiles that will add warmth and elegance to your home. Wood effect flooring is a popular choice, from on-trend Herringbone to classic Parquet flooring. All of our flooring stands up to the demand of modern family life; practical, highly durable and yet super stylish.

Why Harvey Maria flooring is perfect for your living room

Choosing a new floor for your living room or lounge can be a difficult decision. It is one of the most important rooms in the house where we spend much of our time. Whether you’re looking for the latest trends at excellent value, or need durable flooring for a busy family, we have a design that suits your home to a T.

We are passionate about creating floors that stand up to the demands of modern home life – form, function, warmth and acoustics. So, there are plenty of great reasons why these designs are perfect for your home or project…..

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Inspiration & Ideas

Torn Braken Wood LVT Tiles

Trending for living rooms: Hurst Herringbone

Introducing a stylish new collection. They create a modern luxe feel for both contemporary & traditional homes, & really reflect current interior trends. The collection offers 6 designs from rustic Garden Oak, elegant Earl Grey to a more trad Old Bramble.

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Mseries wood vinyl floor planks

Are Harvey Maria floors sustainable?

Sustainability is becoming more important to us all. We are starting to choose products that improve our indoor air quality and reduce energy consumption, pollution and waste. The MSeries collection is recognised for it's low impact on the environment in all aspects.

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Designer floor with a wood surround in a living room

What is Broken-plan Living?

This describes the clever use of a living area which still retains the spacious feeling of being open-plan, but distinct zones are created by using different floor finishes, patterns, split-levels and semi-permanent partitions, such as bookcases and screens.

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Visualise your floor

Visualise the floor in different rooms. Experiment with Colour & Laying Direction