Geometric designs have been a hit in interiors throughout 2017, from soft furnishings to wall paper and accessories to tiles,  geometric patterns have been popping up all over the place.  

Parquet floor

Well now flooring is getting in on the act, the past few years we have seen a revival in the original geometric floor, parquet!  New wider planks and simpler oiled boards have given parquet a modern update and having more choice has made it more accessible and suitable for any sized room not just grand drawing rooms or ball rooms (although of course if you do have a ball room in your house, we would be happy to install parquet in it!).

Our feature photo is of a floor we recently installed using The Colour Flooring Company’s rubber tiles.  These triangular tiles were laid across a child’s bedroom so that the grey faded from light to dark, the finished result definitely looked impressive, even if the child wasn’t aware of the work that had gone into choosing and fitting it, the parents definitely were.

Also getting in on the geometric trend are the luxury vinyl tile companies Moduleo’s Mood range combine ten brand new flooring formats to create up to 110 unique wood and stone effect designs.  We are particularly loving the diamond and honeycomb effects created using products from the Transform and Impress range.

And of course lets not forget carpets, Alternative Flooring have long been leaders in new trends collaborating with designers such as Ben Pentreath to create a bold new collection for their Quirky B range.  If this is too strong a look for you, their Honeycomb & Geo range offers geometric prints on a more muted background for those customers who want to bring patterned carpet into their home without the fear of overdoing it!

Quirky B

So, as you can see the options really are endless, bold, bright, busy, calming – whatever it is you are looking for, we can do it all!