Let me introduce you to the Faus Retro Flooring laminate tiles range from International Decorative Surfaces.
Described as ‘an artistic collection of Victorian and vintage tiles with a contemporary twist’ it’s a beautiful laminate flooring which offers great style and design for your family home.
The Benefits of Laminate Tiles for Decorative Flooring
Let me show you their Faus Flooring range and talk about how you can use it in your home. If you’ve shied away from decorative flooring in the past, let me convert you!
The tiles come in easy to lay planks and offer a highly realistic alternative to hardwood and ceramic materials.
I’ve used laminate tiles in my home myself and they’re really easy to lay and maintain. They’re perfect too, if you have allergies as an alternative to carpet.
There’s been much more of a move towards feature flooring in recent years and with good reason.
Minimal Home Decor
Do you love a minimal finish in your home – a look that could be described as Scandi or Nordic?
In the UK we adore this style of decor but love to give it our own twist. We do this by adding a little colour and pattern.
Take a look at the Faus Flooring Blue Tile below:
The bathroom in this case, is stylish and simple, minimal in its colour scheme, spacious and inviting. But the addition of the decorative flooring gives it a more retro styling. A look that is reminiscent of Victorian era, mixed with the more modern design. It’s a look that works really well.
Alternatively, you can use this style of flooring in a more industrial or retro setting.
The kitchen below has much more of a distressed look. One that works in more period homes and apartments.
It’s rustic with a real lived in feel, yet quite devoid of pattern. Add in the decorative flooring and you instantly add more interest. It’s a subtle look but really updates the feel and atmosphere of the room.
If you want a more traditional look and hanker after a Victorian style tile, you can also check out The Faus Flooring Victorian tile.
Again, in a soft, blue/grey finish, it’s easy to incorporate into your home decor and adds that subtle effect that many of us are looking for.
It’s an easy way to add colour and pattern to a bathroom or kitchen – the more traditional rooms where we add laminate tiles – but do consider how you can bring this into your living rooms and dining spaces too.
As I said, it’s a great alternative to carpets when you want a different look and feel in the room, and great when you have family members with allergies.
I already have laminate tiles in my lounge and have never regretted it.
Features of Faus Flooring:
Not sure if this is for you? Check out the features of this kind of flooring and consider if they will benefit you and your home.
- Click System
- Cost effective
- Fire rated
- PEFC Certified
- Scratch Resistance
- Lifetime Guarantee
- The product is supplied as planks (1180mm x 394mm) which are clicked together. It allows for easy of laying and flexibility of design.
- Waterproof so can be used in any area of the home – these tile designs are particularly suited to bathrooms, kitchens, porches and hallways.
- Much more comfortable underfoot than tiles
- No need for grout or adhesive so less mess and the flooring can be used immediately after installation.
- Suitable for underfloor electric mat heating
- Suitable for underfloor water piped heating
- Suitable for wet and dry area
International Decorative Surfaces are a distributor of over 12,000 different product lines, many exclusive. They are the UK’s largest distributor of decorative surfaces specialising in flooring, worktops, laminates, compact, panel products, solid surface and wall panelling.
They are committed to sustainability – something we should all be looking for in our home product purchases now – and offer goods that are from legal, ethical and sustainable sources. They also offer highly efficient route planning of all their vehicles, keeping carbon emissions as low as possible.
You can see more of the Faus Flooring range here on the IDS website, or contact IDS to find out where it can be purchased.
So, would you consider this as a way to update your home? I’d be really interested to know – leave me a comment below.
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