Eclectic flooring is this year’s interior must have, it’s all about mixing up complimentary flooring materials. If you want to achieve this look then using a natural type of flooring works best - in the form of stone, wood, concrete and terracotta. This year we have also seen a resurgence in the popularity of painted terracotta tiles – these really are beautiful and can add a unique feel to any home’s interior, and if you can’t get hold of a whole floor of original painted tiles you can create a modern look by mixing up the different styles. However, most tile shops will be able to source new painted tiles if you can’t find any original ones.
If you want to ‘departmentalise’ different areas of your home, even in an open-plan layout you can use different types of flooring to achieve this, but they must be laid at the same height. It might be worth noting that it’s easier to lay new tiles as they are all at the same height rather than older ones which tend to come in all different thicknesses.
Carshalton Beeches has this impressive period five bedroom house for sale (featured), the owners have embraced the eclectic style across the property from the beautiful hand-painted patterned tiles in the entrance hall to the stripped floor boards in the master bedroom. They have managed to create a modern, but sympathetic interior. It’s also located just a minute's walk from Carshalton Beeches station and is close to highly regarded schools, local shops and restaurants.
- Five Bedroom
- Two Family Bathrooms
- Close To Outstanding Schools
- Short Walk To Mainline Station
- Original Period Features
- EPC EER Rating: D
It’s on the market with a guide price of £625,000. If you would like more information about this property or would like to arrange a visit then please call Goodfellows Carshalton Beeches on: 020 8773 2424 or follow this link.