Monochrome Trend At Harvey Maria

A key trend for 2016 is black and white or monochrome interiors. Harvey Maria, the fabulous flooring experts have found that more customers are opting for statement patterns and looks with their Neisha Crosland Parquet tile in Charcoal being a best seller. 

Credit: One Kings Lane, Megan Pflug, Manuel Rodriguez

Credit: One Kings Lane, Megan Pflug, Manuel Rodriguez

When it comes to choosing colour for the home, there is an enduring appeal about a chic monochromatic colour scheme. Whether you choose a muted grey toned look or opt for a bold black and white contrast, it remains timeless yet design led and gives the perfect canvas to add subtle pops of colour.

Harvey Maria’s Signature collection offers a wide range of plain, patterned and textured luxury vinyl flooring in black, white and grey that allows you to create and design a scheme to suit your style. Coordinate the tiles to create unique flooring patterns such as a black and white checkerboard or add in grey and create a gingham effect pattern

Black floors are perfect for adding drama to your interior. If your room has great natural light, opt for dark flooring and then contrast with light coloured furniture or embrace the moodier hue and choose luxe texture and fabrics. Alternatively in an all white interior such as a bathroom or kitchen and opt for the Neisha CroslandParquet in Charcoal for a statement floor.

If you want embrace the monochrome colour scheme but not as dramatic as black floors, choose tones of grey – these looks equally good when paired with pastel walls. When used in a pattern such as the Neisha Crosland in Stone or Sage or the new Dee Hardwicke Lattice in Pebble it can still make a statement but in a more subtle way. Use in conjunction with the new Little Bricks, in complementary colours to create borders or zoning within the room.