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Autumn is an ideal time to embark on a new flooring project. Outside tasks have been, largely, put to bed and there’s still time to complete a new room makeover before Christmas. To mark the start of the new season, we’ve chosen a few of our favourite designs, including new terracotta and vintage-look patterned tiles, a new wood format and signature best-sellers. Each floor offers something a little special, in tone, style and texture.


Cloister Grey – an engineered oak design – is a gentle ‘griege’ mixture of grey and beige.  Subtle wood markings and a brushed finish give the timber a textured look and feel.  This best-selling design is offered in five plank widths and random lengths, as well as a new Herringbone design.



New Umbria is a brick-shaped ‘reclaimed look’ Italian terracotta tile.  It creates a timeless elegant feel, in a melange of straw, peachy and warm russet tones. The new tile can be laid in lots of different patterns, including herringbone and basketweave, and works beautifully in both rustic and contemporary interiors.


Normandy Oak is a firm favourite in the Cotswolds.  It creates a robust, rustic feel, with its lively grain, plentiful knots and mix of warm brown tones. Gentle tumbling creates an aged look and the planks are hand-finished in the UK.  The collection includes a choice of five board widths, in random lengths, as well as a Herringbone design.



Our Moon and Loire Dorato porcelain tiles are two of our top picks and show the breadth of the range. Our lightest porcelain flagstone, Moon is a gentle mix of ivory tones and it creates an elegant, airy mood. Dorato, from the Loire Collection, is a contemporary-styled rectangular tile in mix of beige and taupe shades.  Both can be laid inside and outside, for a seamless floor finish.



For a travel-inspired vintage look, our range now includes the new Tuscan collection. These patterned-effect porcelain tiles create a worn, rustic look, reminiscent of an old encaustic tile.  They have a distinct faded patina, in a mixture of blue, grey, browns and creams, and a gentle chipped edge. The tiles are a square format and, like many of our porcelains, they can be laid seamlessly from home to garden.

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