Before committing to a style of flooring, it might be beneficial to undertake some research to look at various design ideas. This well help you to see the different options you could utilise when looking at SPC flooring. When looking at designs, remember that SPC flooring was designed to look realistic and replicate natural resources such as wood and different types of stone. This means that it is very versatile as it comes in a wide range of colours and tones.
Neutral and Simplistic Design
Light coloured flooring paired with a neutral palette from walls to décor will help to brighten up a room and give a feeling of a more spacious home. Congo Tan Oak and Sepia Oak are great examples from the Underfoot Flooring collection to create this look in your home. Just because you want a simplistic look, it doesn’t mean that you have to opt for a streamline, regular floor. Why not look at going for a tile effect floor or herringbone pattern flooring option to add a focal point to your home which will add to the sophisticated look and style of your interior. Mekong Herringbone Classic Oak and Danube Herringbone Vintage Light Oak are perfect examples of a light coloured herringbone floor which will complement the natural look you want to go for. Not only that but lighter coloured flooring also tends to show less dirt and lasts longer which is an added bonus.
Dark and Dramatic Design
Dark flooring tends to add drama to a room which can make it a stylish choice for your home. In addition, darker designs tend to hide any imperfections which is why it is a popular choice. Dark toned SPC flooring which imitates engineered wood and stone will add warmth to your home from the faux texture and appearance it gives off. A lot of people assume black tones when they think about dark flooring however, this isn’t true as there are a wide variety of dark brown and greys to choose from. Underfoot Flooring have a beautiful selection of dark grey styles such as Zambezi Herringbone Bleachwood Oak which can give the feeling of industrial contemporary finish. However, if you are looking for a more simplistic design without the herringbone patter, Ganges Welsh Slate Tile could be the better option for you.
The Ever-Popular Grey Interior Trend
There is no denying that grey interiors are here to stay so why not consider a grey floor. It is understandable why it is popular as it is a fresh colour which is great for smaller rooms or spaces where there is little sunlight. Underfoot flooring offer a wide variety of grey and white washed flooring such as Mississippi Dove grey if you are looking for a subtly toned grey floor or Mekong Plank Mouse Grey if you want the grey colour to stand out in your home. This will make your home that little bit more stylish and will ooze elegance when you walk through the door.