4 sleek flooring trends for your bathroom

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Tiny bathroom? No problem. This translates to a big budget for a small space. You can choose from the most expensive materials, an option you can’t make use of in your other living spaces. Lavastone, for instance. Bought from the volcanic slopes from Italy and France, hardened lava adds so much depth to the bathroom and being both water and stand-proof—is functional too.

Inventive Tile Lay Patterns

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There are three steps to this: Firstly, opting for rectangular tiles rather than square ones. Secondly, integrating 2-3 different colours of tiles (not more, not less). Finally, tiling them in a slanted manner in place of usual horizontals.

The colour combinations of these rectangular tiles and choice of tile is completely at your discretion. Make use of unique lay patterns, for they instantly uplift an average bathroom to its slightly more eclectic version.

Eco-friendly Floors

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Sustainable architecture is so much in demand. From the use of sustainable raw materials in miniature home accessories to the bricks in mammoth architectural projects, eco-friendly home trends have become common.

It then seems only apt to use eco-friendly materials for our bathroom floors. Functionality need not be of question, however, because there are durable flooring materials that happen to be eco-friendly too!

Linoleum or cork are two such materials (both water-proof and durable) and are very different from each other. Incorporate one of them into your bathroom’s wet (shower) area. The difference in texture from when you step onto the bathroom’s dry and wet areas will pack in a neat punch.

Solid Prints

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Offering a long-term solution for people who love exuberant prints (like large florals or zebra stripes) but eventually tire of them, the solid print consists of your favourite print alongside a complementary shade of colour.

Bring this simple design technique onto your bathroom’s floors by combining delightful printed tiles with neutral ones. This will liven your bathroom and keep it grounded, at the same time.

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BATHROOM TRENDS: WHAT’S NEW

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Forming a vital part of every home, the bathroom is finally receiving the acknowledgement it deserves within the design and décor world with 2017 promising some inspired trends.

From colours and finishes to spatial design and furnishings, every aspect of your new bathroom can be sourced at Decorex Joburg taking place at the Gallagher Convention Centre from August 9 to 13.

“Bathroom design and décor has really come a long way with people realising that the bathroom is a pivotal space of relaxation and tranquillity within the home,” said Andrew Taylor chief executive of Bathroom Butler, featuring at this year’s Decorex Joburg.

“We are very excited about the 2017 trends that work well to create a minimalist yet functional space, featuring a range interesting finishes and tasteful accessories to achieve the ideal look.”

When it comes to bathroom hues, said organisers in a statement, subtle shades and textures should be embraced.

Accented walls behind a bath or basin can be cleverly complemented with similarly coloured mats and covers.

To create that ideal, cosy atmosphere, shades of blue and green are proving popular while the addition of cobalt-coloured tiles is also coming to the fore.

The very on-trend rose gold and matte black bathroom accessories will also create a stylish feel.

“People are often looking to renovate their bathrooms but it is a daunting task, considering the associated costs and unwanted hassle that comes with home renovations.

However, the 2017 trends can be easily adapted to fit every budget and need.”

Instead of completely gutting the entire bathroom, the addition of new furniture and accessories while simultaneously upgrading finishes and adding a coat of paint can completely transform any bathroom.

Geberit Southern Africa’s Head of Marketing, Dorianne Isaacman said: “It’s important to create an inviting space that is not only appealing to all our senses, offers ease of use and accessibility, but also uses reliable technology that lies beyond the surface.”

The company is a European market leader in the field of sanitary products, renowned for continuing the tradition of innovation in the sanitary industry with top-quality bathroom products.

Monochromatic colour schemes with lots of textures, geometric shapes and clean lines were also being used in bathrooms, said director of Sugar Plum Interiors Tammy Maharaj,

But we are also looking forward to seeing lots of coloured bathtubs and taps, bringing some style into the room. Lighting is also a key element which can transform any space.”

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Orchids: 3 trends you need to know about this winter

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Orchids can be relished all year round due to its wide variety in shades, shapes and sizes, and this winter, they are the perfect centrepiece for your home.

An orchid instantly adds atmosphere to your interior, and thanks to more than 25,000 varieties, there is always one to match the latest winter trends. For example, you can opt for a chic style with the stylish Cambria, or give your interior a bohemian boost by combining various colours of orchids.

TREND 1: BOHEMIAN WINTER

This winter, oust somberness and go excessive in your interior. We’re going to see a lot more of the bohemian trend in which unconventional colours are combined. The orchid is perfect to do so. For example, combine an old-rose pink Cymbidium with a lilac-coloured Dendrobium and yellow-magenta Zygopetalum. Gather your greens, and combine them with orchids. Such an incongruent botanical collection provokes a major explosion of colour during this drab period.

TREND 2: HOTEL CHIC

Whereas last year was marked by a sweet and romantic style, this winter will be characterised as chic. Rich materials such as gold and velvet bestow a luxurious and warm atmosphere upon your home. An orchid that fits like an evening glove is the Cambria. It radiates exclusivity, and the star-shaped flower petals instantly give your interior a chic twist.

TREND 3: CHRISTMAS, THE LEAN-AND-MEAN EDITION

Not everyone can accommodate a Christmas tree. Luckily, creative solutions for decorating your home with festive greens – without a confetti of shedded needles as a byproduct – are abundant. Consider decorating the Christmas dining table with exotic air plants, like the Vanda orchid. Put some Christmas lights in a glass vase and then put a Vanda in the vase on top of them. This is a simple, quick, and ambient Christmas decoration that doesn’t take up too much space. The Vanda is available in various vibrant colours and you will even be able to enjoy its magnificence as an air plant for various weeks, even after the Christmas celebrations have passed.

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Carpet Trends 2015 – Colors, Forms, Materials and Innovations

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We are definitely looking forward to January 2015 when in Hannover, Germany will open doors the new edition of DOMOTEX, the world’s leading trade fair for carpets and floor coverings. Here the newest trends, colors, forms, materials and innovations in floor covering and carpets fashion will be presented to the public and the feel that floor covering is an essential part of the interior decoration, not just some small detail, will become a fact. As we have written before there are many new trends that turn the floor into an exciting and even defining design factor: the rich variety of stimulation for senses, the graphic and artistic solutions that will compliment any space or the innovations that will ease the cleaning and maintaining of floors – all does it counts.

An artistic jigsaw – the new collection of Vorwerk “Elementary Shapes” is created from the master of collages and honeycombs Werner Aisslinger – this virtuoso with creative hands follows honorably the footsteps of Hadi Teherani’s highly successful carpet tile collection. We expect that Aissilinger will ingeniously develop the artistic tendency, and he does not disappoint combining six basic geometric shapes (four end pieces and two rectangular connecting pieces) into a one-meter-wide patchwork, – which can be transformed into different designs of varying lengths depending on how the tiles are combined – the designer creates a masterwork in rich variety of color and materials.

Thanks to the artistic differences in color, shape and materials this custom-made jigsaw carpet can become a wonderful focal point in any space – bringing fresh look to long corridors, defining a soft spot in every stone or concrete floor and much more. Redefining the traditional rug, with very important innovation for practical house owners – an anti-slip underside that prevents the jigsaw of moving around – Aisslinger offers fresh, colorful, artistic and incredibly flexible flooring solution.

 

 

[Source:- Interiorzine]

Carpet Trends 2016 / 2017 – Designs & Colors

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There is one major event that dictates the trends for a season 2016 – 1017 in the sphere of textile, rugs andflooring and that is the Domotex exhibition in Hanover. This leading event in the world of carpeting and rugs market is becoming more and more popular and influential and not in the last place that is due to its eminent jury selection. This year the organizers invited talented and renowned designers to judge the award distribution – like Stefan Diez head of the innovations at Domotex jury.

Or Piero Lissoni an Italian architect and designer that is a special guest of Domotex jury assembly. Each year the jury selects the most existing and innovative solutions in the rug and flooring trends. “The products are sometimes not completely finalized and mature as visual expression, but they still carry the charge of good idea and interesting innovations.”

Piero Lissoni is one of the biggest Italian designers today – he is a creative director for Living Divani, Porro,Lema and Boffi and he is a special guest of Domotex exhibitions. In an interview for Stylepark, he speaks about his inclination toward handmade rugs. Which, bring us to the focus of this article – the hand-weaved and the tribal rugs. He shares that as a collector of tribal rugs, for him they are an art piece, each with its special story to tell, each with their artistic identity. They are all made from precious, natural materials and each rug tells the story of the family that had created it: entwining cultural symbols, animals, flowers and events foretold in color. He finds that from objects of artistic collection the tribal rugs become an important element of the contemporary interior design and the accentuated zoning of the premises. Here is the hope that the nowadays rugs will have their one story to tell like their predecessors.

 

[Source: Interiorzine]

Stylish and Functional Floors – 2014 Trends

When considering interior design solutions  there is one very helpful note – Do not underestimate the importance of floor covering – rugs, carpets, parquet… whatever you decide to bring in your interior will have undoubted influence to the outcome of your home design. Also keep in mind that the flooring brings not only visual stimulation but appeals almost constantly on all our senses.

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There is no other piece in our home, furnishing or surrounding that uphold such a constant contact with our body like the floor. So when making decisions about the floor covering  think not only for the aesthetic of you home but also about your spine and feet. If considering a solution for space in which you will spend a lot of time on foot, like kitchen, for example, do not throw yourself at hard surfaces like tile, stone or marble instead prefer timber, wood or parquet – those surfaces are not only stylish and easy to clean, but your feet will be grateful too.

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But the physical comfort should not necessarily disagree with the aesthetics and the style of your interior design. Tanks to technical and designers innovation the spectrum of choices is wide and includes innovative materials such as organic polymers, chenille yarns and fiber cement, exquisite material mixes and of course the new  digital printing techniques allow  the appliances of various designs to almost all materials and even produce flat-woven carpet tiles in the vast spectrum of different colors. Honestly, nowadays you can have any color, any pattern or texture your imagination can think of, for the floor covering of your dream space.

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Thinking classic and comfort – there is nothing better than a handmade carpet or rug.  There are many countries famous for their traditional handmade carpets and rugs like- Turkey, Iran, Morocco, Bulgaria and many others- in short there is abundant diversity available. So if you are set on such a choice you should get, not only very stylish and colorful craftsmanship, but also very healthy natural solution for materials (cotton, wool etc.) and keep in mind the coloring techniques for the fibers are almost certainly with natural dye and in traditional local style. So why not support fair-trade and local producers and at the same time get amazing stylish and natural looks for your interior aesthetics. While on the subject – knitted rugs are relatively innovative solution that is rapidly becoming a fashionable choice.

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Not such a big fan of rustic and traditional? Well, there are handmade carpet solutions in much more contemporary theme – designer pieces inspired by movies or music, recycle –reuse theme incorporated in carpeting made from bicycle tubes or disused V-belts – as said before no limit to the imagination.

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Still the big renaissance in parqueting hints that classical, elegant views are not to be neglected. Actually precisely parqueting floors suggest that there is big fusion between old fashion style and technical innovation. The vintage wave has left its mark even on timber floors-artificially aged oak floorboards and parquet made of recycled timber beams are now exuding the charm of the old and used thanks to the technical innovations in the sphere.
So no matter what you choose- classic hand made carpet or rug, woven or knitted flooring do not forget to think – color, comfort and craftwork.

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Carpet Trends 2016 / 2017 – Designs & Colors

There is one major event that dictates the trends for a season 2016 – 1017 in the sphere of textile, rugs and flooring and that is the Domotex exhibition in Hanover. This leading event in the world of carpeting and rugs market is becoming more and more popular and influential and not in the last place that is due to its eminent jury selection. This year the organizers invited talented and renowned designers to judge the award distribution – like Stefan Diez head of the innovations at Domotex jury.

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Or Piero Lissoni an Italian architect and designer that is a special guest of Domotex jury assembly. Each year the jury selects the most existing and innovative solutions in the rug and flooring trends. “The products are sometimes not completely finalized and mature as visual expression, but they still carry the charge of good idea and interesting innovations.”

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Piero Lissoni is one of the biggest Italian designers today – he is a creative director for Living Divani, Porro, Lema and Boffi and he is a special guest of Domotex exhibitions. In an interview for Stylepark, he speaks about his inclination toward handmade rugs. Which, bring us to the focus of this article – the hand-weaved and the tribal rugs. He shares that as a collector of tribal rugs, for him they are an art piece, each with its special story to tell, each with their artistic identity. They are all made from precious, natural materials and each rug tells the story of the family that had created it: entwining cultural symbols, animals, flowers and events foretold in color. He finds that from objects of artistic collection the tribal rugs become an important element of the contemporary interior design and the accentuated zoning of the premises. Here is the hope that the nowadays rugs will have their one story to tell like their predecessors.

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The designer shares that he always tries to integrate soft, rich surfaces in his projects: rugs made from wool or silk as well as rugs made from rattan and coconut fibers. But he keeps his distance from carpets. For a base of the flooring, he prefers wood or cement – as a natural fundament for a natural rug. “The innovations are the main engine that moves our world forward.” Piero Lissoni says.

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Special interest for the interior designers are the correlations and interactions between the flooring base – wood, laminate or even concrete – with their textural coverage in the form of rugs or carpets. The rugs and carpets are subject to an active, flexible dynamic with many functions and fast changes because they are a product of an adaptive industry that internalizes quickly the innovations and the modern trends.

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The recycling and sustainability of the materials are something that quickly becomes a norm in the industry and their innovative, and attractive usage in the sphere of floor coverage is a quality rewarded both by the jury and by the customers. For example “Myrana” the new quality of the Vorwerk collection “Fascination” by designer Giulio Ridolfo is offering a spectrum of 350 new colors.

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In general the carpets are not attractive for the interior designers, their static functions in covering the room from wall to wall is not something appreciated by the dynamic and artistic searches of the designers. But still some customers prefer the carpet solution. So the application and search of one attractive, trendy line of colors and patterns is appreciated by the jury. This season the pastel tonalities demonstrated by Panton – Rose Quartz and Serenity are the hit.

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Which are the companies and brands that received special attention, established future trends and mesmerized both the jury and the public? Each of the awarded companies has its one unique signature and attitude towards the market. In the luxury class and the category Best Modern Design Deluxe, the awarded rugs belong to Hossein Rezvani.

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In his creation, he uses silk colored in the very modern copper tonality to contrast with the natural color of the wool. When you lay eyes on the pattern, you realized that it has its roots in the Persian tradition but expressed in a modern way, providing mirrored reflection of the abstract shape in amazing three-dimensional effects.

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Hossein Rezvani shares that he is looking forward to the moment when the politicians will lift the sanctions towards Iran so he can work again with the rich resources that the country offers – it’s, after all, the Mather-land of the Persian rugs. So far the designers succeed with the great challenge to execute the original modern design in a traditional manner, translating classic patterns into the spirit of modern times without compromising the high standards, the exquisite quality, and innovative vision.

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Crystallize – Ice from Creative Matters is a wonderfully executed motif inspired by the winter and the frosts – a Nature aspect with a strong suggestion that impresses with its high quality and artistry of expression. The colors are mild, softly merging into one another but still preserving the tension and dramatic sensation of the natural phenomenon. The inspiration coming from the frost patterns that cover the windows in the winter is poured into this gentle color piece of art, involving Tibetan wool, Chinese silk and the exquisite work of 100 knots per square inch and the pile length of four millimeters.

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Lately more and more rugs draw the attention as an artistic picture or valuable piece of art. This tendency is best illustrated by the winner Art Resources, Emerald which offers us natural scenery composed in very stylish color palette – dramatic black, accentuating golden yellow and gray. A poetical landscape motif weaved with wool, silk and cotton, this mystical forest offers and aesthetic journey into its infinite trees that is passed the home decor and is more an artistic revelation inspired by nature than solely an object of the design.

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And again two rugs inspired by winter and involving painting techniques, beautiful colors and soft textures. The Landscape Collection by Wool and Silk offers us a gentle tales of winter were one can discern a snow fox padding through the reed-like vegetation. A tale knotted in Nepal from hand-spun wool and silk.

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Origami by Ayka Design echoing both traditional and contemporary fabric textures, this motif with its cross-hatching of shades and irregular pile lengths resembles brush strokes on an oil canvas. It’s 110 knots per square inch, dip-dyed, and hand-spun silk characteristics ensure outstanding quality.

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This is the second excelled rug created by Ayka Design that combines realism with dramatic color compositions. Created with handspun silk and Tibetan knotting the beautifully, nuanced portrait creation by the designer K. Michelle Evans is offering an exciting combination of traditional and contemporary textures, motifs that a so smoothly and dynamically at the same time, cross-hatching their shades and tonalities that give harmonic pleasure to the observer.

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After the amazingly high rug collection based on Eastern traditions, the designers from Studio Brieditis & Evans surprise us again showing a new collection inspired by traditional Swedish “Röllakan” rugs.

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The Kasuri rugs are an amazing example of the Re Rag Rug collection that shows us how something ecologically and socially sustainable can also be stylish and trendy. Hand braided of excess from the T-shirt industry this new-old brand is made with craft techniques that do not require large spaces or machines and could, therefore, be manufactured as a cottage industry in textile producing countries. In this season, the collection comes in three colors- Indigo, Coffee and Sand and mesmerizes us with its rich textures and ornaments as well with its social and ecological implementations.

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The Swedish textile artists Katarina Evans and Katarina Brieditis offer us anesthetic and innovative journey through the traditional hand-crocheted rugs inspiration, winner Re Orient, which has its modern implementations in our word full of waste and social injustice. Stimulating small local manufacturers and using discarded T-shirt materials the product are not only artistic and beautiful but also helpful to Nature and humans.

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Here the ‘Squeeze’ collection of the Studio Brieditis & Evans shows us a carpet that flows through the room and over the furniture: one out-of-the-ordinary carpet, hand knitted from recycled jersey threads that reveals to us its double face texture in black and white.

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The bedroom is a space where the cozy, welcoming atmosphere is eminent and the carpet – rug decoration has a leading role in creating the premise aesthetic comfort. This is the case with the bedroom interior decoration from Rug Star, which offers a harmonious color pattern in the very modern dark tonality.

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In conclusion, we may summarize that in the season of 2016-2017 the modern carpets will entertain us with pastel tonalities, pale non-geometrical patterns and free, natural shapes and figures that are close to the landscape and portrait art. The contrast and monochrome patterns will capture us with their expressive nature. The new trendy rugs will mesmerize and influence the everyday life. The modern interpretations of the Persian rugs with their new color combinations and motif expressions will offer a choice for those who love the classic. And keep in mind; it will be trendy to explore the stylish, characteristic and pictorial pattern for your rug decoration.

 

[Source:- Interiorzine]

Solid Wood Flooring Trends – Colors, Textures and Designs

Turns out in one wooden floor there is so much more than one can imagine. Not only its debt, softness of tactile sensation, the variation in color:  from the warm, inviting amber – to the coal black of the earth. Not only its stylish and aesthetic look but also the artistic approach towards the treatment of shapes and graphics in the wood, its presentation as a product and its place in the whole interior concept.

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It turns out there is a huge variety of artistic or innovative techniques to create a wooden floor – the ways the pieces are connected with each other, or the gaps filled or even the way the holes and defects of the wood are treated. But one thing is sure the return to the most natural ways is fact. Oiling was not sealing as treatment and finishes for the parquet. Thick solid wooden floors that will not react to ambient humidity expand or contract a basic. Rustic whiteness and pale shades, the deep darkness of some types of timber and so on, back to the traditional layout of the wooden flooring. One of the newest trends is presenting surfaces with knot holes, grooves and other irregularities that underline the natural origin of the material.

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As they say: Nature is the best designer and we observe a huge comeback of the old fashion wooden flooring and natural surfaces! For example the Austrian makers Mafi are guided by that statement and from among 13 types of Central European wood, they create flooring with brushed or sanded surfaces and oil finish that reveals a great variety of natural colors and shapes. Their collection “Domino Larch Vulcano” presents a solid and stabile board made of end-grain blocks that can be only pre-ordered.

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Another innovative approach of the designers in Mafi towards the wooden flooring is the thermal treatment that allows each and every block to preserves its color, leading to a wide variety of possible combinations. Using the ecologically harmless, vinegar based ‘white glue” the manufactures facilitate the assembling of the floor and the possibility of installing an under-floor heating system without harming the environment or compromising with the aesthetics.

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Responding to the trends flow and the demands of the market the Swedish firm Kährs – a wood specialized manufacturer founded in the 1857 creates their new collections focused on the color white. The two new floor designs, created in collaboration with outside designers are responding to the search of new markets mainly in Central Europe, so the “Whiter Shade of Pale” and the “Soft Wave” are a flexible and artistic respond to the newest demands in the sphere of flooring.

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Fluttering with different and innovative technics for the treatment of the wood the designers from Kährs offer a product that looks natural, fresh and with a bit rural effect. For example, the “Domani Collection Druma” features visible tears and marks from planes leading the manufacturing proses into the home design and giving to the product and its surrounding, sensible presence and natural origin. Spreading white oil across newly brushed wood is another technique of the designers that creates bright boards with a wonderful texture.

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Another material that shows a huge comeback as a trendy, functional floor solution is the cork. Highly efficient, plastic and with sound and temperature regulative qualities this contemporary approach towards floor decoration has some very impressive design applications. The attractive and modern appearance of the “Wicanders Artcomfort Reclaimed” collection by Portugal’s Amorim, offers wood and stone decorations printed directly onto the cork using a high-grade procedure. Inspired by the trends in eco-design which favor the usage of ecological and recyclable materials, the Reclaimed collection is not only stylish but also necessary approach towards floor coverage. Especially effective when applied in vast spaces the cork offers unreplaceable dynamic of patterns and functionality in many aspects.

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Another impressive collection by Amorim is the “Authentica” series, which offers a revolution in vinyl flooring. With two integrated cork underlays under a transparent foil, the middle cork layer becomes much thicker and expressive as presence.

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The natural look is turning not only into a trend but also into a demand for wood flooring. Shapes and textures can vary and be mixed and matched to create a wide range of looks, but the demand for sustainably is eminent.

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The contemporary trends when it comes to deciding the color palette of the flooring tend to celebrate the beauty of greens, as well as the dark browns and greys tonalities, in harmony with natural elements such as soil and stone. The whiteness never goes out of style of course! Handcrafted products play a special part in the design, placing the accent on the beauty of the source – the nature. The search is to bring green and sustainable into the urban and modern dynamics.

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The interiors of Versailles with their exquisite small parquet boards had inspired the designer Patricia Urquiola to create the new timber flooring collection Biscuit for Listone Giordano. Reverence to the traditional aesthetics and the romance of times gone by the collection also includes its own unique and playful style and contemporary expression.

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Creating this collection the designer Patricia Urquiola had freely played with the lines and the shapes of the traditional parquet layout until the result was elegant, somewhat minimalistic pattern with soft lines and playful spirit. Instead of pushing the boundaries of conventional design the creator had examined how the boards were traditionally applied and then applied this knowledge to contemporary interiors and innovative aesthetics.

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In the Biscuit‘s collection, the little flaws are viewed as added value and the imperfections have a charming final result. The high-quality oak board with their rounded corners can be assembled and layered in a variety of styles – marquetry, mosaic, herringbone, formwork – building elegant “woven patterns” that can suit many personal styles and aesthetics. So at the end the playful approach towards the classic wooden flooring that explores its shapes, imperfections, colors and shades while still preserving its natural qualities and elegant presence is the newest and, we may add the best, approach towards decorating the floors of your home or space.

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[Source:- Interiorzine]