Sorano offers a white washed effect floor, popular in contemporary designs. The subtle grain detailing is highlighted with grey and blue tones, giving the planks an authentic look. The versatile colour works well with any room design.
This travertine effect tile boasts subtle grey tones – which is proving incredibly popular as people are looking for a homelier alternative to poured concrete. Hints of green and cream give the design a level of visual interest and allow for plenty of variation.
Arezzo offers a unique, unfinished look, showcasing a mid-brown finish. Highlighted by grey and blue overtones, the distressed oak design offers all the visual benefits of real timber without the everyday limitations.
This light brown design showcases rich golden highlights, providing a neutral yet warm base for any room. With intricate knot and grain details, Montieri offers all the visual benefits of traditional oak without the practical drawbacks of real timber.
Volterra offers a very natural looking stone design, mixing brown, beige and grey to create a popular mottled effect. The limestone inspired tile, with its subtle surface texture, offers all the visual benefits of real stone, without the practical challenges.
Bolsena offers a contemporary oak effect, mixing deep brown with silvery charcoal to create a decadent, yet on-trend floor. Intricate oak detailing and a subtle textured surface bring authenticity to the flooring, making it look and feel like a real timber floor.
Lucca is ideal if you’re looking to make a statement. The deep oak effect boasts dark blue and black tones, while silvery grey highlights emphasise the intricate grain details. This design works well in both contemporary and traditional interiors.