Solid wood floors laid in geometric patterns evoke a sense of timeless elegance. Herringbone is the most popular parquet floor, made up of rectangular wood blocks, or staves, arranged in a pattern resembling fish bones. Junckers’ new Twin Herringbone floor is an updated version of the classic design. Made from solid hardwood it is available in ash, beech, oak and black oak in a choice of matt or silk matt lacquer or oil, as well as a large selection of colours. Shown in Nordic Oak, £72.60 per square metre.
Wonder Walls original style’s new living tile range provides a practical alternative to pretty, patterned wallpaper in a kitchen or bathroom. the large-format (W60xl30cm) tiles come in a range of designs to complement a period home, including Maison, which features three understated french blue motifs. £79.95 per square metre.
Brush upIn winter, going for a walk usually means returning home with dirty boots. Clean and remove them with this handy wooden boot scraper with bootjack, £149.95 from the Oxford Brush Company. Its oak frame has soft rubber feet, while the arenga fibre bristles make light work of dirt and mud.