Fresh Flooring Options to Spruce Up Your Garden Room

With Spring just around the corner, all thoughts go towards Garden, Nature and Outdoor activities. But, how can we incorporate this into our interior living space?

If you have a Garden Room, Conservatory or even a modular Summerhouse that is lacking in the Spring Freshness vibe then we have some great flooring suggestions that may just blow those cobwebs away.

Here we explore the best colour and texture options for flooring that will reenergise a tired Garden room and bring your plant-life and natural environment indoors.

Geneva

 

Geneva Engineered Oak is a pale golden timber with accents of white shale.  This coastal blend is placid, laid-back and ultra contemporary which compliments all decor styles while adding a natural, Scandi-style appeal to your Garden Room space.

Kampala

 

 

Richly Rustic, Kampala Engineered Oiled Oak has warm tones of dark, nutty, knots and markings.  The Classic feel of this flooring won't steal the show but reveals it's finer detail in bright, open spaces where you can appreciate it's natural beauty.

Bonxie

 

 

Bonxie Engineered Oak is Beach House fresh with a neutral, grey palette that blends beautifully with all interior styles and colour schemes.  Grey-toned flooring is the go-to option for many reasons but more so for it's versatility in enhancing all room types from Master Bedroom to Garden Room.

Subotica

 

 

Framed by leafy plants and outdoor fauna, Subotica Smoked Engineered Oak will compliment your Garden Room by adding delicate tonal notes to the decor.  In a smoked, dark brown shade, this floor option is cool, fresh and bang on trend in terms of palette and organic ambience.

Final Thoughts

A Garden Room should be a place that connects with nature and feels fresh and alive.  Like plants and decorative accessories, your flooring plays a large part in creating a space that enriches your overall room aesthetic while remaining durable and functional.  Choosing the right floor option for your Garden Room can transform your whole interior and enliven the dullest of spaces. 

March 18, 2022 — Katie McKay