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Patterned flooring

Patterned flooring has been popular all over the world for centuries, from Ancient Greek mosaics to Victorian pathways. It's a great way to jazz up your floors, especially in your hallway or bathroom. There are many designs on the market to choose from, varying from monochrome geometric designs to colourful traditional styles.

Here are a few of our favorite patterned flooring options...

Mixing and matching different patterned tiles of the same colour tones can be a fun way to express yourself.

Patterned flooring in a bathroom or toilet creates a modern/classic feel.

Ann Sacks - Gatsby field in Palazzo

Ann Sacks - Mamounia field in Baltic

Murafloor - Cube Modern Cubic Flooring

We are using Murafloor in our Grand Designs Live Room set this May, so you can come down and see Mura floor for yourself. Murafloor is a new and innovative flooring product that can turn your designs, photographs, art and more into a unique, exciting and high quality flooring product.

Topps tiles - FS Canterbury

Fired Earth - Sorrento Nizza

Solus ceramics – Illustrate 2WEB69616


Lindsey Lang - 'Leaf' grey encaustic

Lindsey Lang - 'Leaf' grey encaustic

Lindsey Lang

Patterned flooring doesn't have to just stop at tiles and vinyl flooring, Alternative flooring offer some great carpet designs!

Alternative Flooring - Quirky B Zebo Black

Alternative Flooring - Quirky B Honeycomb Duck Egg

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