World's most unique flooring
A copper coin floor, made from pennies, has topped an industry list of the 10 ‘most awesome’ floors from around the world.
The floor is in New York at Standard Hotel and the unusual concept attracts many visitors and beat the famous Sears glass floor to the number one spot.
The list was compiled by Floors to your Home and included well-known landmarks such as Finsbury Avenue Square as well as lesser-known ones like an attractive design on a concrete floor in San Francisco.
Unusual entries such as a Belgium floor constructed entirely from salami and a pressure sensitive light-up floor also made the list, as well as two floors which are optical illusions.
However the floors aren’t all this extreme, multi-coloured parquet flooring and a wood jigsaw are also included – adding an unusual twist to the popular solid wood and parquet flooring styles on the market.
Most of the flooring options on the list are impractical for most people – with the salami floor being a perfect example of this!
Yet many people are now choosing to go for more unique options when it comes to choosing flooring for the home.
For some this may mean opting for bamboo or cork floors over more conventional products but there are exciting designs in laminate floors and brightly coloured carpets (pictured) on the market.
UK Flooring Direct has a wide range of unusual styles alongside the traditional products for anyone looking for original flooring.