flooring in two or more shades. Black and white is a classic combination for a
diner-style kitchen, but don’t be afraid to experiment with a variety of
|Harvey Maria vinyl flooring in Colours Collection Jet Black & Latte White|
funky twist, as seen in this bright and beautiful kitchen. Choosing yellow and
white as alternative checkerboard colours ensure that the space is light and
airy, and the white walls/wooden cupboards give it a modern and sophisticated
|Harvey Maria vinyl flooring in Colours Collection Yellow & Latte White|
incorporating a 1940s inspired print such as Spot or Rose Sprig by Cath
Kidston. Pair dainty Rose Sprigs with a rustic wood effect vinyl for the
perfect country kitchen. Add a final flourish with some floral bunting, retro
cake tins and a pastel colour scheme to create a look that’s bursting with
charm and character.
|Harvey Maria vinyl flooring in Premium Wood Reclaimed Pine & Rose Sprig White by Cath Kidston|
works equally well for this look. To create a retro diner-style kitchen, choose
Spot Red vinyl flooring and pair it with tones of grey and other red accents to
tie the space together. Spots also lend themselves brilliantly to a
sailor/pin-up themed bathroom – go all out with a palette of red, white and
|Harvey Maria flooring in Spot Red by Cath Kidston|
effect vinyl flooring, which also has the added benefit of being warm underfoot
and super easy to maintain – not at all like real concrete! Just add a splash
of acid yellow, some neon accessories and a glowstick or two for a 90s
warehouse rave-inspired aesthetic.
|Harvey Maria vinyl flooring in Ando by Tadao Ando|
If you’re feeling really brave, take neon to a whole new level
by flooding your space with a super bright vinyl floor. The key to making this
look work is to keep everything else very neutral. The flooring will speak for
|Harvey Maria vinyl flooring in Colours Collection Pistachio Green|
vinyl flooring in clashing psychedelic shades. Harvey Maria’s Lifestyle
flooring in ‘Gerberas’ is perfect for creating this look, and works brilliantly
alongside their Raspberry Pink and Tangerine Dream tiles for a space that’s
|Harvey Maria vinyl flooring in Lifestyle Gerberas and Colours Collection Raspberry Pink & Tangerine Dream|
5. Whether it’s a subtle 50s-inspired pattern, or an all-out
70’s disco theme complete with disco ball hanging from the ceiling, there are
so many ways to incorporate a touch of retro glamour into your home’s decor.
Don’t be afraid to experiment, and try mixing and matching trends from
different eras until you find a look that’s perfect for your home!
|Harvey Maria vinyl flooring in Parquet Turquoise by Neisha Crosland|
Article provided by Mike James, an independent content writer working together with Sussex-based vinyl flooring specialist Harvey Maria, who were consulted over this post.