British consumers need to be more daring with their flooring design and avoid the same-old beige interiors, according to interior design guru Laurence Llewellyn-Bowen.

 

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Go bold with pattern tiles

The Changing Rooms designer says he’s sick of seeing people sticking with the safe options like neutral shades, and wants consumers to be more bold in 2012.

Laurence Llewellyn-Bowen wants the UK to shine in the interior design world this year and for people to set a benchmark for international style in their homes this year. The abundance of Moroccan and geometric patterns helps you to create something a little more unique and interesting in your home!

If you want to redesign your floor and go bold this year, browse Walls and Floors' enormous selection of Pattern Tiles.

 

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Flooring idea: Underfloor heating

If you are someone who wants to take the next step and upgrade your home without breaking the bank or going too bold, underfloor heating is a great option.

By installing electric underfloor heating, you have no need for radiators in your home, which take up space and detract from the look of the room. Underfloor heating eliminates the risk of cold tiles and floor surfaces forever and heats your home safely and efficiently while being completely invisible.

As well as looking good and removing the eyesore of radiators, underfloor heating can save up to 52% less energy compared to conventional heating systems - which means you can do your bit for the planet and save money at the same time on your energy bills.

The Romans were considered to be extremely advanced when they originally used underfloor heating. Now you can stay ahead of the curve by swapping expensive for traditional for modern and efficient by moving your heating under your floor.

If you want to add a little luxury into your home this year, choose from Walls and Floors' fab offering of underfloor heating systems.

 

There you have it - some ways to make flooring you can be proud of!

 

 

 

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