Carpet vs. vinyl in your dining room

Redecorating your dining room and can’t decide on the type of flooring to choose? We offer great carpet and vinyl choices to help you design your perfect dining scene.


Chic Dining Room


grey carpet can form a chic dining room design with ease. Simply use a white background, décor and furniture to encourage a fresh and relaxing atmosphere that’s ideal for dinner parties. Try using the same shade of carpet too for a seamless stylish look.

Top Tip: Pick a carpet with a lifetime stain warranty, like our Tranquillity carpet collection, to have peace of mind that it can forever endure busy family life.


Patterned Carpet in Dining Room_0


Use patterned carpet as the focal point of your dining room and let it be the talking point of your next dinner party. Not only will your dining room carpet look stylish but it will be practical too because it can easily camouflage inevitable marks.

Top Tip: 100% propylene carpet is ideal for areas that are prone to accidents because they’re highly durable and most importantly, stain resistant. They’re also super resilient and can even be bleach cleaned!


rustic dining room with vinyl


Simultaneously modern and rustic; vinyl flooring with a unique design can really enhance the look of any dining room. There is a huge range of patterned vinyl available, so you’re bound to find the style that suits your taste.

Top Tip: vinyl flooring is one of the easiest flooring types to clean and maintain so it’s ideal for a dining room that sees a lot of traffic!


wood effect vinyl open plan dining room


Do you have an open plan kitchen, dining and living room area? Choose wood effect vinyl flooring throughout to create a contemporary space that you and your family can enjoy year after year. It’s an affordable flooring choice to real wooden flooring and has better practical properties such as being slip, stain and even water resistant. So, enjoy your modern family home without being out of pocket!

Top Tip: Have a browse through the luxury vinyl tiles choices if you’re thinking of adding underfloor heating too and create a cosy home for the whole year round!

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