Add a Wow Factor to your space by choosing a classic Black & White floor design.
Are you sick of the sight of pastel donning the walls and floors of your home or business? Perhaps it’s time for a revamp, but all you can find is safe, neutral colours haunting the shelves in shops, fashion websites, and pages of style magazines. You want to upgrade your space with something different, something unique, but not sure what to go for – you’re not even sure of your options!
Beiges and browns are in, as are natural wood looks and stone. But you want something else, something with a little shazam!
Bright colours and daring patterns may very well be your cup of tea, but what will others think? What if you want to sell in the future – do you really want to jeopardize your investment with a ‘marmite’ carpet that you will most probably have to replace?
For those of you daring DIY designers out there, I have great news – Black & White is Back! That’s right, you can give your interiors a new lease on life with a floor covering that is eye-catching and unique, bold and beautiful, and which will certainly compliment your own individual style.
Celebrate your space by choosing a floor that never goes out of fashion, yet one which makes an outrageously artist statement. Black and white is a classic combination that is timeless and looks decadent on any floor, but now, designers and manufacturers alike are experimenting with details, patterns, textures, and shapes to create a plethora of intricate and powerful floor motifs to tickle your fancy.
Whether you’re into the classic look, magnificent gothic tone, vintage shabby-chic or ultra-modern style, black and white will always sync to your specific design and taste. This simple yet effective scheme brought to you by Polyflor also flatters any other splash of colour you wish to introduce to your walls, ceiling, furniture, appliances or art!
Are you inspired to go back to black & white? Or have you already taken the plunge into light and darkness? Let us know your thoughts, plans, ideas, and outcomes – we’d love you to share your black & white masterpieces!