Make a Splash in your Bathroom or Laundry

Bathrooms and laundries in your home are usually filled with crisp whites and metallic surfaces which gleam and shine. High contrast provides greater impact, so consider a quality patterned floor or a concrete look tile for a unique look in your wet rooms.

Herringbone multilayer flooring is designed to handle the extra moisture and inhibit any mould or structural problems associated with flooding. Team this with endless design possibilities with borders and patterns and you have the perfect combo for upgrading your look.

Herringbone replicates the timber look of upmarket apartment living and can be laid in single or double herringbone patterns. The Crete version modelled on concrete has a matt finish in large square tiles to provide a tile look without the cold, hard texture of a tile. Feel the softness and warmth underfoot while keeping your look crisp and modern.
At the heart of these ranges is Isocore Technology® which offers an award winning strong, stable waterproof core. It is also lightweight and extremely stable over large areas, offering opportunities to extend your designs beyond the wet areas into bedrooms, landings, hallways and living areas.

In some cases, Herringbone and Crete patterns can be laid over an existing tile for an instant quick fix to your bathroom upgrade. It is a floating floor with Droplock corners and an integral underlayment. Lay Herringbone and Crete on an angle to improve the spatial quality of smaller spaces. Both ranges can be interlocked for even more design opportunities with borders of timber or tiles. Choose from brick patterns or corner to corner installation for Crete, depending upon the shape and scale of your wet rooms.

Whether washing the kids, the dog or escaping to a serene candlelit sanctuary, you can be certain Herringbone or Crete will withstand the mop up and amplify the experience of bath time at yours.

Words by L M Powell 

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  • Jennifer Statler
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    This is fabulous.

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