I am looking for a suitable hard flooring for bathroom, kitchen as well as the lounge, but I am not keen on tiles or vinyl...

have you got any suggestions for me?

has anybody put down bamboo for instance and can offer any feedback, as reviews are a little mixed?!

many thanks, lucia 

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It's not cheap, but Karndean vinyl flooring is about as far from the traditional idea of vinyl as you can get. I recently had stone-effect tiles laid in my kitchen and they look great, but its 'wood' flooring is also *very* convincing. Mine was fitted by Jordan Andrews in Crouch End and they have a wide selection in stock — it's worth large pieces seeing in person, rather than the small samples they send out free.

thanks for your quick reply, julian, I will have a look at this type of vinyl and see if I like it..thanks again, lucia 

I have lovely rubber flooring for sale - around 6m2 - the remainder of a kitchen installation.  It's Dalsouple and was a fortune.  It's smooth and warm under foot.  It's a cool duck egg blue colour.  http://dalsouple.com/Commercial-DalRollo.php 

As per the Karndean suggestion below, you could also look at Brocklehurst Flooring in Mus Hill which stocks Karndean and other posh vinyl too. 


thanks, leigh, but I need aprox 31m2 as I am going to put the same flooring throughout the flat (excl the bedroom). I will look into rubber flooring though, thanks very much lucia

of course - my uncle put down bamboo flooring throughout his place in france - it looked beautiful and has worn very well. L


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