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LVT Patterned Floor

When you think of LVT, you probably think of a high-quality flooring option that mimics stone, wood or ceramic. The truth is, that LVT’s high-resolution appearance is highly varied across the board, including a wide array of patterned flooring.

Having patterned flooring is an option with the high potential to impress. We’ve seen homes that give off a feeling of expansiveness beyond what the home offers, as well as the ability to project moods onto an area that you simply couldn’t with more typical flooring options.

Take a look at our LVT Patterned Floorings options to see quality examples of what your home could look like.

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Frequently Asked Questions

There are many ways that you can use patterned floors to enhance the look of your home and give it character. Here are some suggestions. 

  • Dimensional Depth – Patterns have the natural ability to disrupt and distort space by attacking its uniformity. This means that with the right placement, you can actually create illusions or emphasise natural contours. These can be layering techniques, such as employing a rug that clashes with the flooring patterns, or using shadow and light strategically to make flat surfaces seem multi-dimensional. 
  • Flexibility in Design – Patterns and motifs can evoke any atmosphere from many different time periods or locales. For example, damask patterns were popular in the Victorian era and could be seen on clothing, as well as curtains and table linens. Alternatively, you could go for an atmosphere completely different, such as exotic tribal motifs. 
  • Mood and Atmosphere – There are several factors to a room’s atmosphere, and one of the most foundational is the walls and flooring. Considering that our pattern selection is endless, it’s entirely possible to have a set aesthetic for every room using our flooring. For example, you could have serene and calming waves in a bathroom. The soft curves and gentle flow of the patterns could evoke a sense of calmness and relaxation, thoroughly improving your bathing experience.
  • Design Continuity – This is particularly effective in open-plan homes, where all rooms share a floor. Utilising a universal look, you can essentially combine the room into a harmonious space. Of course, you could also do the complete opposite and section areas off. 
  • Highlighting – Perhaps you want to use your LVT flooring to highlight an impressive piece of architecture, such as a nice fireplace. If that’s the case, making more pronounced patterns around the area is an excellent way to do this, as it can anchor the visuals of the room. 

Our patterns can range in tone and colour, essentially making our flooring suitable for a wide variety of rooms. 

  • Living Room – This is traditionally considered the heart of your home. It’s where your guests will gather, and where they will have a good idea about your inner world. Your floor is part of that. Using techniques such as highlighting, you can create focal points that will draw people in automatically, such as beneath a coffee table. Patterns should evoke a sense of comfort, or inspire light emotion. Consider using your floor to complement your existing furniture.
  • Bathrooms – Bathrooms serve vital functions. But when you’re in there, you want an area that can put you at peace. Soft patterns will serve to create a soothing relaxing environment, while the waterproof capability of the flooring and lifetime domestic guarantee will provide you with peace of mind. 
  • Bedroom – The bedroom is another area that requires comfort, at least for most people. You want flooring that will help you unwind and relax. For example, soft muted patterns. This type of design will all but prime your room for sleep, which is its primary function, and the warm LVT beneath your feet will all but summon you to bed. 
  • Home Office – Home offices are a place of productivity and sanctuary, and have boosted in popularity ever since working from home became a thing. As a result, it’s important to choose patterns that blend concentration with serenity. This will allow you to easily slip into a flow. 
  • Hallways and Entries – Your entryway is the first impression of your home. As such, both here and in the hallways, it’d be best to go with a pattern that is inviting. Depending on your own personality, you could go for something playful or serious.
  • Basement – Basements are often considered gloomy places. But this is one of the areas where LVT is underappreciated. This is because LVT is moisture resistant, meaning that it can fight off dampness that is common in basements. You can also have underlayments beneath the LVT to act as a moisture barrier. As for the design, we recommend counteracting the rather gloomy and sometimes scary atmosphere by employing warmer, inviting hues.

There are two main ways to do this. Contrast, and complementation. 

Complimenting Patterns

There are three main ways to compliment patterns on the walls with LVT flooring: 

  • Harmony and Unity – To use similar patterns on your LVT floor as that on your walls will create a sense of unification between the two, overall making your room strong in tone and atmosphere.
  • Scale Variation – This method revolves around ensuring that whilst the wall and floor share the same motif, they can differentiate in scale. So perhaps if your wall is covered in illustrations of giant bluebell flowers, you can have smaller ones on the floor. 
  • Colour Consistency – Breaking colour is one of the most noticeable things you can do in design. Even if the designs are different, ensuring the colour scheme is the same is key to creating a complimentary room. 
Contrasting Patterns 

The contrast is a bit less simple:

  • Statement Floors – We often hear clients complain about their walls being plain or boring and wondering about wallpaper. The fact is, though, that having plain walls is completely fine if you have a floor that is not. Having boring areas means that the interesting areas become the focal point. 
  • Mixing Styles – Introducing opposing styles is a pretty good way of making your room unique and sharp. For example, pairing modern geometry and traditional damask is a juxtaposition that speaks to a lot of character. 

Balancing Styles 

Balancing styles is very important when mixing patterns, as one can overpower the other and the harmony, regardless of whether it’s contrast or complement, can be lost. 

  • Primary/Secondary – Like a lot of things in life, there is a hierarchy in design. Ensure that you know which of the two will be the primary focus and the secondary focus. But ensure that it doesn’t go too far in any direction. 
  • Use Neutrals – If the combination of colours or patterns is too intense, then try introducing some neutral elements to balance out the difference.