Whether you are designing for your home or office, we have some tips and tricks that will make your space a success. Your home should reflect your style and your floors play a pivotal role in the look and feel of your indoor space. TIER™ offers a luxury rigid core flooring that is designed to be long-lasting, beautiful and can work as a wall or floor.
Our Style Centre is here to help you imagine, envision and create your dream space. As experts in indoor flooring, we can assist you in formulating the questions and finding the answers to maximise the potential of your home. We consider indoor flooring types other than our own and invite you to do the same. Whether you settle on carpet, ceramic tiles (or ceramic wood tiles), vinyl flooring, laminate flooring or something else for your home, we hope the Style Centre can make designing your space a little easier.
Creating a visual of your future space can help make it a reality – and help you stay focused on the end goal. Research sofas, clawfoot tubs, kitchen flooring or bedroom lamps before beginning your design.
Apart from how it looks, how do you want your space to feel and what is the function of the space or room? A bathroom or kitchen will more likely require a water resistant and more durable floor than that of a bedroom or basement.
There are many choices, all with their own benefits and drawbacks. Choose from hardwood flooring, reclaimed timber flooring, engineered wood flooring, concrete flooring, ceramic tiling, carpet, bamboo, engineered bamboo or slate.
What look and feel are you trying to achieve?
Which feature(s) will be prominent? Is there architecture to accentuate or a view to be admired?
What kind of lighting is there? If natural light will play a role, which direction does it come from?
Tip: In low light, you will want to brighten up the space.
What will be the prominent colours for your space?
Tip: Choose one bright colour tone and contrast this with natural shades and monotones using furniture, rugs, artwork and other pieces.
How can your indoor flooring tie the look of the room together?
How much work are you willing to do? Think about long-term maintenance as well as initial investment.
Tip: Consider lower maintenance and moisture-resistant materials where possible.
Is it you?
Tip: Your design should let you live in a space you love. Above all else, make sure you are your style’s biggest fan.
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Vinyl flooring is available in colours inspired by the various shades and species of wood. Vinyl flooring engineering has advanced to create realistic, natural looking finishes. When choosing the right colour, start by deciding on your favourite type of timber. Chances are there’s a vinyl that can match the look without the maintenance hassles.
The TIER™ colour range is created to support different styles. See if one works for your space.