Different Styles of Reclaimed Flooring for the Home

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Reclaimed wood flooring is a stylish and luxurious choice, and growing in popularity for all types of properties including everything from large family homes and cute country cottages to penthouse apartments and converted buildings.

If you have been considering reclaimed flooring for your property, you will be surprised at how many different looks and design styles can be achieved.  Visit The Reclaimed Flooring Company for more information about installation and prices.

Here are just a few interior design styles that could look fabulous with reclaimed wood flooring:

Shabby chic

The shabby chic design look has been a hugely popular theme amongst homeowners across Britain. Inspired by the French country cottage look and the laissez faire approach to elegantly simple furniture, the love for distressed furniture pieces and reclaimed designs has developed over recent years.

Reclaimed flooring can bring your property back to its primitive state, creating the perfect blank canvas for a shabby chic design. There are so many furniture retailers specialising in French look furniture, including original vintage and French style furniture.

The Natural Home

One of 2013’s biggest interior design trends includes a natural and unfussy theme which celebrates the beauty of untreated, uncomplicated design. Think natural wood finishes, natural materials, neutral colours and décor that puts you back in touch with the natural world. Reclaimed wood flooring has such an unrefined and raw look and feel to it, making it ideal for this design theme. Choose light coloured wood, whites and neutrals to form your colour palette and take inspiration from the outdoors.

English Country Cottage

Traditional English homes have been inspiring today’s modern interior design trends, with chintz and China pattern still having a high-design stamp of approval. Choose from light coloured woods or darker shades for a cosy look.

Rough Luxe Interiors

‘Rough luxe’ is hard to pull off in most properties but if you can get your hands on a converted building, the rough luxe look could work perfectly. This design theme brings together elements of rustic furniture, a concept of design deconstructivism and a touch of modern luxury; this involves taking a room at its raw, unfinished state and embracing these unrefined elements then contrasting it with something beautiful, contemporary and luxurious.