Luxury vinyl flooring manufacturer Harvey Maria has introduced the Seapod colour to its Lattice collection in a mushroom and fawn tone, with a meadow-inspired motif.
Designed by Dee Hardwicke, Lattice is a hand-painted design formed of four petals, with a coloured background to contrast with cream scattered petals and frames.
The Lattice Collection boasts 10 shades, to complement a country kitchen or contemporary farmhouse look in modern and period properties.
Seapod joins five organic shades Mist, Storm Grey, tarn, Hay Field, Pebble Grey, as well as brighter natural pigments of Pear Tree Green, Cherry Red, Lattic Blue and lavender Hellebore.
Lattice can be laid throughout a space or combined with a wood-effect vinyl floor, such as Portobello Oak from the Premier Wood Collection, to create a border or for zoning areas.
Harvey Maria Organics Collection was chosen by Samantha Theakstone of Samantha Jane Decor as one of her Most Wanted products.
The company offers wood effect, stone effect, photo effect, sparkle and plain coloured flooring, alongside bespoke printed and rubber floors.
And it has worked with an array of designers for its Signature Collection of vinyl flooring including Cath Kidson and Neisha Crosland.
Established in 1994 in Battersea, London, Harvey Maria created quirky floor tiles for consumers.
Now, as well as furnishing residential interiors, Harvey Maria flooring can be found in shops, restaurants and boutique hotels.