Continuing our ‘creating your individual style’ series, this week we take a look at our contemporary Opus collection.
Whether you’re seeking a supporting canvas for a modernistic look, or a base that will highlight a color scheme influenced by natural materials, our Opus designs offer a wide range of choice.
From the clean lines and smooth textures of its large format stone look tiles, to the subtle varying hues and grain details of its wood effect planks, this collection enables you to achieve a sense of simplicity.
Discover how the collection can provide the perfect visual partner for any space or décor trend…
SP212 Terra – if you’re wanting to brighten up your living space, the creamy pale tone of Terra beautifully lifts the ambiance of any room, no matter its size. Exuding warmth, it’s a versatile backdrop for your interior design. It’s also a great option for open-plan living areas that serve many purposes – the large sleek tiles pair particularly well with minimal, multi-functional furniture designs. This stone look will embrace your décor scheme, whilst offering continuity.
SP215 Ferra – with metallics shifting to deeper, darker hues – think industrial shimmer – moody iridescent materials on walls and floors bring a sense of seriousness to a color scheme. Inspired by a classic slate look, Ferra offers a subtle, rustic metallic finish, with its steely charcoal base, hints of copper and silver tones. The striking and contemporary nature of this flooring design adds real impact to any space it sits in.
WP311 Grano – the wonderful gray wash of Grano provides a clean and flexible backdrop. This timber effect plank effortlessly couples with a splash of color – block or geometric patterns - for a vibrant space, or sleek monochrome stylings for a more understated presence. Again, a brilliantly versatile flooring option.
WP414 Argen – if you have gone with open shelving in the kitchen, or hints of precious metal in the dining room, Argen’s strong charcoal tone hosts these individual styles beautifully. With its distinctive silvery grain details, the large wood effect plank creates an impact without overpowering a space. We particularly love this flooring when paired with a soft neutral palette, as pictured above.
Why not find your favorite Opus design using our new Floorstyle interactive room viewer? Letting you view our floors in typical room settings, you can also share your choices with us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.