To help you choose the right design for your home or project, simply follow these steps to order your free samples.
This will give you the chance to see how the design works with the light in your space and give you a true representation of texture, colour and pattern.
Find the tiles you like and order a sample - your first 2 small samples are free. Or choose a large sample.
We'll deliver your chosen samples direct to your door so you can try them out in your home.
Once you've chosen a design, measure your room to calculate the coverage you need. See our Room Size Calculator.
Purchase your flooring from harveymaria.com
Your first 2 samples are FREE!
Then just £2.10 each
Free samples for architects
and design practices
* Or similar size **Money back up to maximum of £10.00, available only on web orders over £150 at www.harveymaria.com via redemption code. Not redeemable with any other promotional code. No cash alternative available. Colours can vary from batch to batch. Your sample may be from a different batch to your order so check suitability prior to fitting.
Sample money refunded up to £10.00 for all orders over £150.00.
Free standard delivery on all flooring and sample orders. Overseas orders are subject to a small shipping charge.
For Architects and commercial specifiers. Don’t forget to include your company email address.
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