Now and then, I will try to put a Lamett collection into the spotlight on this blog. Choosing a floor is quite a final and permanent matter. I suppose you don’t want to change your floors yearly ? Coming to such a crucial decision, it makes sense you get all the required information.
It is important to know the characteristics of a floor. Should a floor be especially user-friendly and easy to maintain, rather have a warm look, or be resistant to moisture/water to some extent? These are all kinds of features you should take into account. But of course, the eye wants its part as well. A floor covering is quite a key factor in your living room, it must match perfectly with the style you have in mind.
The Farm range is utterly rustic and has a lot of knots and cracks. It has the look of a parquet that’s been there for ages. It is the perfect way to add authenticity to a room. I hear you thinking, this floor only belongs to houses that embrace the country charm. On the contrary, the Farm range fits perfectly in a modern interior as well. By placing a rustic floor in an overall modern interior, you create a cosier and warmer home. The floor will fill the space to a higher degree, because the décor is quite pronounced, and it contains considerable relief, and colour variation. In my opinion, this floor can be definitely implemented into a minimalist interior design!
The look of the floor is not a coincidence, each plank is treated manually to achieve the desired result. Bizarre, isn’t it? Knowing that every and each plank in your living room was created by someone’s hands.
What do you think? By the way, this range exists in multiple colour shades!