As an Amtico One Premium Retail Partner there are so many things we love about the Amtico Flooring Collections, and one of those things is that Amtico constantly evolve their floor collections adding beautiful new finishes, installation patterns and creative opportunities to bring you even more design-led choice.
The latest collection to introduce new and innovative designs is their Amtico Décor x National Trust collection.
This new second collection with the National Trust has been inspired by the intricate detail and ornate features found within Kedleston Hall, an 18th century National Trust property. The collection’s new floors celebrate the qualities of traditional design reimagined for the modern home.
And even better, a percentage from UK sales of the collection for the next three years will help the National Trust to conserve its historic properties and care for areas of beautiful countryside, contributing to developing sustainability projects establishing diverse woodland, creating new habitats and protecting biodiversity. Great floors, doing great things!
So let’s have a closer look at the four new designs that have been added to the collection…
A fashion inspired parquet
First-up is the new Venetian Parquet design, which takes inspiration from the intricate patterns seen in Lady Mary Curzon’s Peacock Dress, who lived at Kedleston Hall. The peacock feather has been reimagined into our contemporary take on parquet, adding a new dimension.
In wood format this modern pattern produces soft linear movement to add character and depth into your home. Choose from four varied oak tones.
The Venetian Parquet Stone option celebrates the timeless appeal of Art Deco style, with a striking and sophisticated combination of tonal marble pieces that has wonderful depth and directionality.
Woven to Perfection
Akari Lattice brings delicate detailing to parquet floor design. The design blends authentic woods and effortless pattern, utilising the grain’s movement and texture. The delicate pattern is inspired by a beautiful gilt fretwork cabinet at Kedleston Hall, commissioned around 1758 and crafted by famous London cabinet maker John Linnell. The four single colour designs offer a variety of looks, from modernising light tones to more dramatic deep wood hues – and you can also choose from a small or large lattice pattern.
A timeless piece of history
Corinthian introduces a bold and playful stone design into the collection. Influenced by Robert Adam’s beautiful designs that adorn Kedleston Hall’s ceilings, Corinthian delicately balances squares, diamonds and circles to create an elegant floor design. A calm selection of stones create a perfect colour contrast for endless character and charm. Three neutral stones harmonise in each of the three colour options to create a palette that’s soft and delicate, whilst still retaining a grounded feeling that comes from weighty stones.
From ceiling to floor
And finally we have Temple Diamond. This geometric pattern exudes a traditional tile aesthetic, but with three contrasting colourways, it gives a sense of modernity that allows it to pair effortlessly with both period and contemporary homes.
A pattern inspired by neoclassical interiors works with modern materials, to create a familiar design with a chic contemporary twist – with three colour combination to choose from.
These beautiful floors are all so unique to create statement floor design in your home. They join the styles already found in the original Amtico Décor x National Trust collection.
Visit our showroom and view all of the designs close-up in our large format Amtico displays.