Parquet flooring has found itself falling in and out of interior trends over the last few hundred years. Since it’s introduction in the 1600s, many homes and buildings have welcomes parquet and we can see why. So, if you plan to incorporate parquet flooring into your home, read on.
We love dark wood flooring in the UK. It’s a popular choice for many of our customers, but some often find themselves put off by adding something so dark into their homes. Though it may seem like dark wooden flooring can make a room appear dull, dark and drab, it is actually perfect for contrasting light colours you may choose. Aesthetics aside, however, there are many benefits to dark wooden flooring you may not have even considered.
Flooring in a dark wood has been a popular choice for many years now. However, when it comes to styling your room around such deep colours and shades, it can be quite difficult. With this in mind, here is our guide to styling your wooden floors.
With autumn making us want to cosy up in our homes, nothing can help us do this better than wooden flooring. Of course, this can often be quite a costly option, but at Floorbay, we believe you can get the same cosy wood effect with vinyl flooring. But how?
Though many homeowners choose to brighten their home with as many light tones as possible, dark flooring is still as popular as ever. You can choose tones, shades and laying styles that can complement any home design. If you’re a fan of layering tones in the home, any shade of flooring is worth considering. So, if you’re not sure whether to choose dark or light flooring for the home, read on!
Everyone who is good with a budget knows that you can still get what you want with for less. Good flooring can be quite costly, but it doesn’t have to be. There are always different ways in which you can save money while still adding high-quality flooring to your home. Still not convinced? Allow us to explain further!
The seasonal changes have already made their way into our homes! The days are shorter, the air is crisp, and the leaves are starting to transform into warming hues of reds and oranges. Now is the time to be changing your home to prepare for the colder season. From flooring and insulation to windows and gutters, there’s so much to be done before it gets too cold!
Dogs are part of the family, which means that when it comes to choosing flooring styles for your home, you must factor them in to ensure you make the best decision. Vinyl is often listed as the best flooring type for your pets, usually because it is easy to clean up and is quite resistant to scratching.