The Chigwell project opted for the Cheyne porcelain in the open plan kitchen / living area, Verbier engineered oak in the hallway and Kensington checkerboard marble in the entrance. The use of three different but beautiful floors has created a truly lovely transition as you move from one room to the next.
The Cheyne porcelain tile is a great limestone alternative, with a large flagstone format as well as an authentic, eclectic pattern it is hard to tell from the real thing. The textured finish of these tiles makes them ideal for busy kitchens, hallways and utility rooms.
Stone: Porcelain (indoor)
Size: 60.4cm x 90.6cm / Thickness: 1.0cm
The Verbier oak has the perfect neutral base with a subtle taupe undertone. Its exposed natural grain and beautiful knots give just the right amount of character. A classic wooden flooring with a contemporary twist that’s available in both a herringbone and plank format.
Finish: Rustic UV oiled matt – T&G, Wood Block, 4-sided micro bevelled edges
Herringbone Format: 60cm x 9cm / Thickness: 1.5cm including a 5mm oak veneer
The Kensington black and white marble tiles are the ultimate classic combination and used together create an incredible chequerboard effect that works really well in the home especially for entrance halls and kitchens.
The classic white marble has warm grey veining while the black marble has beautiful natural markings that give a softer, charcoal effect. The tumbled edges of the marble tiles give an understated look and feel while still retaining the luxury of this exquisite natural material.
Stone: Marble; a hard and smooth stone.
Small: 20cm x 20cm / Thickness: 1.0cm