From the classic look of straight planks laid with vintage colour finishes typically found in villas and bungalows, through to bespoke patterns and lighter tones, engineered timber flooring is being used to create a vast range of styles.
At the moment, the classic look is popular, Di Legno Flooring’s Alan Scott says. “This includes the 16th Century-inspired chevron and herringbone patterns. In contrast to that, but equally as sought after, are the more modern Scandinavian styles, which generally makes use of lighter palettes and rustic inspired brush effects. All of these styles are featuring more comprehensively in interior designs, being used on both walls and ceilings creating standout elements in the design.”