Not everything is about making a statement. Sometimes in life, and especially in interior design, less is more. Giving a room a neutral base is a great way to make the most of your living spaces enabling you to change the look and feel of a room simply and affordably. Paint the walls a lovely cream and put neutral flooring down and you can go to town with brightly coloured furniture, striped rugs and colourful accessories. A simple carpet in oatmeal or an oak laminate floor will see you through many colour scheme changes or room designs and an engineered wood floor will last even longer.
Here are some neutral flooring ideas to help you keep it simple:
A tufted twist hard-wearing carpet that’s perfect for a busy family home. It’s stain resistant and easy to maintain. Who said light carpets are impractical?
This oak laminate flooring looks great, is affordable and super practical. The stripped back natural finish will go with any colour of the rainbow so you can be as bold as you want with accessories and bring the room to life.
Neutral doesn’t just mean creams and beiges. Light grey is just as adaptable complementing all colour schemes and styles. This pure wool loop carpet is available in lots of neutral shades and is really durable. For use all around the home, the texture adds a contemporary twist while still feeling luxe under your toes. Perfect.
These gorgeous luxury vinyl tiles are the height of not only style but functionality too. Perfect for use all around the home, LVT will give you years and years of use. This travertine style gives you stone without the fitting fuss and very little maintenance.
This loft style laminate is uber cool and the light shade will suit literally any colour you want to match it with! Bright and bold or pastel shades, earthy tones or funky metallics. The world really is your oyster colour-wise and it’s hard-wearing durability will give you many years of use.
For a luxurious finish that will last a lifetime it has to be engineered wood. Available in many wood types and as close as you’ll get to real wood, engineered wood is high end and sumptuous. Neutral doesn’t necessarily mean light and this dark wood will complement pretty much any colour scheme.