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View in room with our updated Floorstyle interactive design tool

Posted on the 2020-02-12 by Karndean Designflooring

We’re the first to release a revolutionary new ‘view in room’ digital tool with the exclusive functionality to view alternative laying patterns and introduce added design features when selecting a floor.

Available to use on mobile, tablet or desktop, our new look Floorstyle enables home designers to try out a range of different gluedown, loose lay and rigid core floor designs in different areas of the home.

Users simply take a photograph of their chosen room or upload an existing image to get started. Once selected, Floorstyle can automatically show any wood, stone or abstract design in a range of laying patterns such as herringbone, basketweave or ship’s deck. There’s also the opportunity to explore design strips for an authentic finish or adding definition, as well as various laying angles to help widen small spaces.

It means you can try out different floors in real time prior to visiting a local independent retailer or ordering samples. As well as being able to divide the room and compare different designs on Floorstyle, there’s also a new ‘add to favourites’ feature which allows you to easily go back to your preferred choices.


“We’re always looking at ways in which we can make selecting a floor to match individual styles and décor schemes even easier,” explains Stella Coyle, national retail sales manager of Karndean Designflooring.

She said: “Floorstyle is accessible to all and makes swapping out different designs and laying patterns simple and a vital part of the decision process. We know home decorators and renovators want to see how different designs will look in their home at a convenient time to suit their needs.


“Being the first to introduce this level of digital tool allows us to make the selection process much more sophisticated when at home.”

If you prefer to not ‘view in room’, users can choose from 34 different room settings including a bathroom, kitchen and hallway, and add contrasting or complementary colours on the walls or cabinets.

Are you looking to find a new floor for your home? Explore our new Floorstyle now.