Natural wood flooring reportedly remains a key look for interiors, balancing “timeless style with trend-led appeal”. While wooden floors are a popular choice, they often lack practicality in busy family homes and can be expensive.
The ClickLux Herringbone SPC collection from Verona is designed to offer homeowners a functional alternative to suit modern lifestyles.
Herringbone designs have enjoyed a resurgence in recent years, the company says, with the classic French style bringing what’s described as an elegant, decorative twist to otherwise plain flooring. The oak-effect collection comes in six shades, all of which feature a matte finish and subtle grained texture, designed to create a realistic look. Spanning light wood-designs through to rich, dark timber-effects and everything in between, the colours – Burnham, Rydal, Selwood, Ashdown, Wyre and Haldon – are suitable for both traditional and contemporary schemes.
The collection also offers a range of practical features aimed to give customers even more confidence to turn to herringbone flooring. The small format 126x630mm planks are reportedly easy to lay, with each piece clicking together. Made from stone polymer composite, the flooring is hard-wearing, making it a viable choice for high-traffic hallways and kitchens to help keep wear and tear to a minimum. An integrated foam underlay adds warmth underfoot, helping homeowners create cosy spaces.
Laura Hardaker-Graham, marketing manager at Verona, says: “Herringbone flooring has risen to the top of the style stakes once again with its unrivalled ability to add a dramatic visual effect to simple spaces without overpowering the room. What makes ClickLux so versatile is that while it gives the same overall aesthetic as real timber, it’s much more practical and cost effective, making it very attractive within the current climate.”
Verona supplies lifestyle photography for retailers and will also add the collection to its InSitu room visualiser, which enables homeowners to see for themselves how Verona products look in their own living spaces by uploading a photo of their room.