Durable, beautiful, unique flooring: I'm in the market right now, for two projects. One is an office space, and one is a kitchen in a home with young children. Wildly different environments, yes, but my research for them overlaps in one way: vinyl tiles by textile designer Neisha Crosland.
Vinyl tiles hardly sound luxe, but these are an exception. Fashioned by British company Harvey Maria, they are a welcome change from the faux wood or stone so ubiquitous in this material. I absolutely love Crosland's pattern inspired by a Celtic cross. It comes in four colorways: turquoise, stone, sage, and charcoal. Like all vinyl flooring, these tiles are extremely durable and easy to maintain. They're also waterproof, slip resistant, and--unlike ceramic tile--warm underfoot. Appealing, no?
I'm not sure I'll end up using them on either of these projects, but I'm sure glad to know about them. I bet they'll be an ideal fit for lots of spaces down the road.