What do you look for in a new floor? Maybe you desire a traditional style that is long-lasting yet also affordable? If these sound familiar in your flooring search, look no further than the Quick-Step Classic Laminate range. These natural-looking boards are available in 10 distinct colours so you can find the perfect shade for your home. Let’s look at a few in more detail:
White floors are becoming a popular palette choice throughout Australia, particularly in households that love the light, beachy feel in their rooms all year round. This bleached teak will open up a room, adding dimension and acting as a prime base colour for the surrounding interior.
These neutrally shaded planks are a timeless colour that will complement many different interior styles. They have traditional characteristics with a peaceful setting, making them the perfect choice for minimalistic rooms.
The various undertones in this floor are distinctive in each plank, yet when looked upon as a whole, the floor maintains a natural appearance with similarities to real hardwood planks. It is a floor that portrays comfort and cosiness and is a good balance against most interior choices.
This neutral flooring shade has nutty tones that are perfect for accompanying a light, warm interior. The range of browns found in this design are revealed in the narrow 2 strip design, providing a good balance between shades.
This neutrally toned floor features saw cuts giving it a true hand-made look and feel. It has light hues running through the boards which softens the authentic grains and knots. This creates an understated, classic and elegant impression.
For a darker shade of wood, this midnight brown plank is a shade that oozes mystery and grandeur. Great for large open spaces or for adding warmth to a room. Contrasting against light furniture will add a contemporary flair and make a room stand-out.
For more Quick-Step Classic laminate choices, take a look at the full range here. Don’t forget, our flooring experts at Get Floors are always on hand to offer help and advice. For more flooring inspiration, why not check out our Instagram page – you can find us @getfloors.