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Polyflor’s Camaro features in period home

In a leafy Manchester suburb, Camaro luxury vinyl tiles by POLYFLOR were selected to breathe new life into a period home dating back to the 1800’s. Steeped in history with unique features and bold architecture, homeowners Jody and Sherry blended the old and new, to create a practical space for their family and beloved pooch Millie, to enjoy for years to come.

Undertaking a full home renovation, they revitalised original features throughout their interior and extended their kitchen creating a large multi-functional space. This dynamic room became the heart of their home with Camaro Cambridge Parquet flooring selected to flow across all the downstairs rooms.

Polyflor says: ‘This warm and lively parquet flooring was tasked with connecting a modern kitchen, stylish snug and dining area with a traditional hallway characterised by stained glass windows. Choosing a floor to complement both styles was a tall order however this versatile design lent itself perfectly to the aesthetics.’

Sherry a local artist, fell in love with the heritage of the area and the potential every room in their new house held. Inspired by illustrative forestry wallpaper, natural elements that ‘bring the outside in’ and quirky furniture, Sherry merged her ideas to create a welcoming communal area where all the family could relax and enjoy spending time together.

Polyflor adds: ‘While searching for their ideal flooring, Camaro Cambridge Parquet became an early contender owing to the complementary tones that easily matched the feel of the modern and historic décor. Sherry was further persuaded when visiting a like-minded friend and seeing their chosen Camaro shade stand the test of time in a bustling holiday home. Cambridge Parquet had all the appeal of an authentic parquet with realistic plank variation and micro bevelling, while also being easy to clean and durable.’

Phoenix Flooring Manchester were consulted early on in their project and completed the flooring installation. Simon Peers, owner of Phoenix Flooring took note of the interesting characteristics of each room from the skylight over the kitchen island, to the alcoves in the hallway. He recommended a double plank parquet border with a marquetry strip to finish their space. The borders are said to complement the curves of the walls and room features ensuring their flooring is unique as their home.

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