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London Design Festival highlights new flooring design trends

The recent London Design Festival featured new creative designs trends in floors.

The September event is a celebration of design in many areas, including fashion, household objects and interiors. Many floor covering manufacturers were featured.

Amongst the floor exhibitions were wooden parquet flooring designs by Studio Job. These are designed by the Italian designers Bisazza, and feature patterns that create the illusion of being three dimensional.

The Studio Job Escalier parquet flooring features grey cubes that appear to rise in the air from the floor. Their Gingham designs have multicoloured chequerboard patterns that reflect the traditional towel and tablecloth gingham pattern.

One unusual feature is that Studio Job floors can be engraved with images of small animal skeletons. The images resemble fossils engraved on the floor, which to some may appear bizarre, but will certainly get the floor noticed.

The Studio Job parquet range comes in tiles and tiles from different floor designs can be mixed to create a vast range of patterns.

Another trend was exhibited called Industrial Chic, in which floors are made from sold oak boards that are described by the company behind them as being “finely calibrated to display industrial style surface undulation”.

The Cecorx exhibition space featured Ted Todd luxury engineered hardwood flooring. Many of the company’s flooring boards are handmade from antique reclaimed wood.

When choosing sold flooring in your Wirral home, you can be inspired by the top designs featured in the London Design festival.

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