6 Standout Flooring Options We Love
A range of organic forms and graphic shapes—coral reefs, green peas, striated stone, bright abstracts—is appearing underfoot.
From soft and subtle to big and bold, a range of organic forms and graphic shapes—coral reefs, green peas, striated stone, bright abstracts—is appearing underfoot.
Underwater life is brought to the surface in the Oceania Coral rug (from $900). Designed by Naja Utzon Popov for Carl Hansen, it’s a moody meditation on coral reefs refracted through hand-tufted wool, beech-tree fibre and seaworthy hues. informinteriors.com
Designed by Patricia Urquiola for CC-Tapis, the Visioni rug ($14,304) is hand-knotted from Himalayan wool in Nepal, where Tibetan artisans put an ancient spin on this modern abstract art in funky colours. informinteriors.com
Divine Flooring’s Cosmopolitan line of hardwood is an au naturel yet polished base upon which to layer decor. Go Naked ($10 per square foot), as in this white oak with a natural-oil finish. divinefloor.com
It looks like dark and mercurial marble, but the exotic feel of Sahara Noir ($26 per square foot)—a new slab series in the Infinito 2.0 collection by Italian company Fondovalle—is all porcelain (read: less expensive). aeonstonetile.com
A woven canvas of soft texture and wool felt balls, the Peas carpet (from $1,000) is synonymous with subtle Scandi style. And now this modern classic of Danish design house Hay comes in on-trend dark green. shop.vanspecial.com
Designer Pick: Blue Chip
“We’re currently doing a bathroom renovation in our home, using these terrazzo tiles in 24-by-24-inch on the floor and walls. Our office has been obsessing over terrazzo for well over a year now… I almost hate to give this source away but it’s too good not to share.”—Kyla Bidgood of Bidgood and Co., Victoria
Cementitious terrazzo, a precast material composed of marble chipping bonded with white cement and pigments (from $16 per square foot),