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Spring is almost upon us and with brighter days to look forward to, you might be looking to change up your home to reflect the season. We’ve given our Floorspiration Hub a big update with lots of new photos to give you some fresh inspiration for the season. 

What’s trending this season?

If you’re not sure what flooring you’d like, looking at what’s popular at the moment is a good starting point.

During Winter this year, reds and pinks were trending. As we head into Spring, we’re seeing these colours shifting to more orange shades. Including tangerine, apricot and peach. So the colour trend is steering away from bold colours and embracing softer and lighter shades. 

This colour trend is being translated into the types of flooring that we’ll see trending this Spring. Home Building & Renovating have said that light wood flooring will be popular. In the same article, it states that warmer-toned floors will also be a popular choice. Again, reflecting the change in colour trend. 

Whether you want to follow the trends, or you’re not sure about what you want, we recommend having a browse of our Floorspiration Hub. Here, you’ll find loads of photos and helpful information to help you decide on the sort of thing you’re looking for. Once you have a better idea, head to our Worthing or Storrington showroom to speak to our experts and see our ranges in person. 

If there’s a specific type of flooring you’re interested in you can go straight to it using the links below:

Carpets

Choosing the right flooring for your home can feel like a daunting task. We know, more than most, just how many options are available in the modern flooring market. With over 65 years experience in the flooring industry, our experts are on hand to help you make the right decision.

While we always encourage you to visit our Worthing or Storrington showroom to see the ranges for yourself, we understand that sometimes you’re not sure what you want. So we hope that this flooring inspiration hub will help you decide on the type of look you’d like. Once you have abetter idea, you can visit our Worthing or Storrington showroom to speak to our experts who will help you choose the perfect flooring.

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Carpets

Carpet is always a firm favourite throughout the year. It usually makes an appearance in all of our trend guides and for good reason. Although just one flooring type, carpet comes in a huge variety of textures and colours. Making it a great choice for throughout your home.

Below, we’ve got some our favourite looks sorted by room to give you some ideas for your own home. 

Carpets by room

Bedroom carpet ideas

Photo shows bedroom with brown coloured carpet

Carpet, out of all the flooring types, arguably offers the most comfort. Which is why it remains the most popular for bedrooms.

When it comes to colour, we recommend choosing a neutral colour to create a restful space. Only a hint of colour will make for a visually restful carpet. Aiding relaxation and eliminating distraction.

That’s not to say that neutral carpets can’t complement the room or offer a hint of colour. In fact, there are so many different paler colour shades to choose from so we’re certain you’ll find one you love. Why not opt for a hint of pink, blue or red to match the trend for this season?

Living room carpet ideas

Similarly to a bedroom, it’s common to want the living room of a house to offer some comfort. So for some people, it’s important for the space to be cosy.

That being said, it is often one of the busier rooms of the house as everyone may use it. So it’s important to think about the durability of the carpet. We’ve written a helpful blog post about the durability of carpet and investing in good quality carpet

We would recommend wool carpet for its durable properties and soft feeling underfoot. Wool carpet also comes in stain-free and bleach cleanable varieties – a great feature to have if the living room is where you entertain guests.

Hallway and entrance hall carpet ideas

Photo shows a hallway with deep blue carpet and striped carpet stairs

Unlike the other areas of your home, the entrance hall and hallway is what guests will see first – and first impressions count!

It’s also the area of your home that gets the most traffic, so choosing a lovely-looking carpet that can withstand a lot of foot traffic is crucial. In both or Worthing and Storrington showrooms, we have a huge variety of carpet for you to have a look at. Our award-winning team of flooring experts are also on hand to help you make the right decision about your hallway/ entrance hall carpet.

Dining room carpet ideas

Photo shows a dining room with light brown carpet
Photo shows a dining room with a wooden table with a bench on one side and chairs on the other. The carpet is patterned

Carpet may seem like a bad idea in the room where food may be spilt. Espically for young families. But carpet has come a long way in the last ten years and there’s now plenty of stain-free and bleach cleanable options available.

Although if you are worried, we suggest opting for a patterned carpet as it can help mask any marks!

We’d go as far as to say that having carpet in your dining room can be a benefit – not a downfall. As carpets dampen sound which can be a great thing in a space where there’s lots of chatter and chairs may scrape across the floor.

I’ve sent at least half a dozen new clients to Wall Bros just based on how friends have loved our laminate that’s throughout our ground floor. Of course, it’s not just the products, most things can be sourced anywhere, it’s about the customer service and professionalism of the staff and in that regard Wall Bros deserves 5 stars.
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Laminates

Laminate flooring is a hugely versatile flooring type that can be used in all areas of your home. Its a fantastic option for homeowners who like the look of wood flooring, but would like more comfort underfoot than wood flooring can provide. 

In the warmer months, laminates offer an airy feel to your interior. While in the colder half of the year, underfloor heating can ensure that your home remains cosy. 

The great news is that laminate flooring comes in a huge variety of colours and styles. From looking like herringbone flooring right through to kitchen tiles. So we’re sure that you’ll find something you love. 

Take a look at some of our trending photos below to get some floorspiration!

Seen something you like?

Come into our Worthing or Storrington showroom and show one of our flooring experts who will be happy to show you our ranges that match or are smiliar to the style you like.

LVT and Vinyl

It may surprise you to know that LVT flooring is trending at the moment as geometric patterns and squares are popular in 2024. As LVT is made up of individual planks, people can be more experimental with colours and patterns making it a great choice given the trend..

Luxury Vinyl Tiles (LVT) and vinyl flooring are two of the most popular types of hard flooring. Not only are they fantastic value for money, they come with their own benefits that make them favourable in certain situations. Just like laminate flooring, they both work well in most areas of the house.

Due to its waterproof and easy to clean nature, many people regard vinyl as the type of flooring that is just functional. Rather than something that can make a real design statement in their home. Which can absolutely do. 

What’s the difference between LVT and vinyl flooring?

The flooring industry has come along leaps and bounds, now offering lots of different types of flooring. While this means that there’s more choice, it can make choosing the right flooring for you difficult. Which is why we’re here!

One of the most noticeable differences between LVT and vinyl flooring is the way that they come. Vinyl flooring comes as a roll of flooring whereas LVT comes as individual pieces of flooring. Most commonly planks or square tiles. Another noticeable difference in the two is how they feel – vinyl flooring is soft, malleable and mostly smooth while LVT is hard and textured. Making it great for high traffic areas and pets.

Both types of flooring work well with underfloor heating and are water resistant. Making them a practical choice for kitchens, bathrooms and hallways.

Vinyl flooring looks we love

What our customers say

Carole Boud
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We are really delighted with our new kitchen flooring supplied and fitted by Wall Bros. We had not used them before but were very pleased with the warm welcome and assistance we received at their Storrington branch.
Linda Gavigan
Linda Gavigan
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Helpful, knowledgeable advice. Prompt, efficient service. Carpet fitters arrived early, very polite and cheerful. Did a great job with the minimum of fuss. Highly recommended
Shannon D
Shannon D
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I visited recently to pick up a couple of carpet off cuts and both men in the shop were so helpful! They both carried the carpet to the car for me for no extra cost and were so friendly! 10/10 service, highly recommend for great prices, great service and amazing quality carpet! Will be going back! 🙂
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Wood flooring

Wood flooring has always been a favourite among homeowners and that’s not going to change in Spring 2024. In fact, Better Homes & Gardens predicts that we’ll see wood floors in kitchens as people lean towards traditional styling. 

That being said, wood flooring isn’t something that has to compliment older houses. In fact, wider planks are becoming popular and offer a trendy look for any home. 

Why choose wood flooring over laminate?

A great question, given that the two flooring types can look the same. One thing to bear in mind when making that decision is the time it takes to install. Laminate flooring is generally quicker to install than wood flooring, making it a good option if you need your home renovation to have a quick turnaround.

Which is best for pets?

Although laminate flooring is scratch-resistant, wood flooring is also highly durable. So either option is pet-friendly. As they are both hard floors, they won’t hold on to allergens like fur or dust either. 

To find out more about the benefits of each flooring type, head over to our blog post which explains the difference between laminate and wood flooring. 

Some of our favourite wood looks

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