Our desire to connect with nature and to bring the natural world into our homes remains strong this season. The Mother Earth trend takes inspiration from the forest floor with moss and lichen, winter sun-dappled woods and bronzed leaves providing the colour palette. An emphasis on simplicity and natural materials makes this a lasting trend which works for any space.
Ardent Saxony carpet
Oozing with an opulent feel, making your home feel snug and welcoming. The Ardent Saxony Carpet is hard wearing with a soft plush appearance. Its neutral design will complement your home beautifully.
Part of the People and Planet range, it’s built from recycled fishing nets, carpets and scraps of fabric for a more environmentally responsible option. This resilient carpet is ideal as a bedroom carpet or lounge carpet due to this combination of comfort and practicality.
Shoreditch Saxony carpet in Honey
Fill your home with the luxury of the Shoreditch Saxony Honey carpet. Its deep, tufted pile is a pleasure for you to sink your toes into and relax at the end of a long day. You’ll have the flexibility to bring both chic style and comfort to your home.
Bring a splash of colour or simple style into various areas of your home from the lounge to the bedroom, this is a great choice to have running throughout a multitude of rooms!
Quick-Step Livyn Plank Vintage Chestnut luxury vinyl
Add a funky finish to your living spaces with the addition of this vintage style vinyl flooring. The Chestnut luxury vinyl is incredibly hard wearing and will give you the look and feel of a worn floor with none of the upkeep or maintenance. The chestnut colour is neutral enough to match any colour scheme and the knots and grain detail, as well as the surface texture, make this wood effect vinyl flooring look incredibly realistic.
Suitable for heavy domestic use, this vinyl flooring can be used in any room of your home with its water-resistant properties making it ideal for use as kitchen or bathroom vinyl flooring.
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Nostalgia is at the heart of this Cottage Core trend, using retro and reclaimed pieces to create a sense of comfort, invoke memories and essentially to create a feeling of home.