Linoleum Flooring

Linoleum Floor is made of natural products, It is made from a mixture of linseed oil, cork, or wood flour and a coloring agent, on a jute backing. Linoleum is incredibly strong and easy to clean. Another great advantage is that many linoleum floors are pleasing to the eye. The surprising range of colors and the option to create your pattern makes every floor unique.

Patterns for linoleum floors

Making sure a linoleum floor is laid perfectly is a job for skilled floor specialists. They also make sure that the linoleum is laid tightly along curved lines, slanted angles and over raised floors. Linoleum is extremely durable and wear-resistant, and is therefore the number one choice for many businesses. But linoleum is also becoming more popular in households. Particularly because stunning patterns and surprising color combinations can be laid even in small spaces. Linoleum creates a wonderful ambiance in every space.

Advantages of linoleum

Easy to clean with a broom or a mop. No dirt adhesion.
Soundproof. Your downstairs neighbours will be grateful and it’s also ideal for rooms with a lot of traffic.
Abrasion-resistant and scratch-resistant. No track marks.
Hygienic: bacteria do not develop on linoleum.
Linoleum does not warp, the floor will always stay smooth.
There is no spring to linoleum and it does not dent easily.
Available in almost every imaginable pattern and color.

Playful combinations

Linoleum floors can easily be combined with other types of floor covering like Vinyl Floor. Natural stone around the fireplace for example, combined with linoleum for the rest of the room. Or a wooden floor in the living room, that seamlessly flows into a linoleum kitchen floor. Add a cool rug to break up the space …

By being subtle or bold with your choice of colors and contrasts, you can create the linoleum floor that is the perfect fit for your interior.