Secura Recreate the Look

Now that Christmas is behind us and everyone is settled into January, why not give your home a quick and easy facelift for 2014 with some of these Secura inspired installations. We’ve selected some of our favourites for you to try, so why not let us know how you get on.

Rise and Shine

Sweet Chestnut

Sweet Chestnut

 

Creating a warm and inviting dining area for your family to have breakfast gives them a great start to the day, and the golden tones of this Sweet Chestnut floor provides a fantastic platform to add furniture and accessories.

 

 

 

 

Dining Table  Chairs

 

Adding a glass table and simple white chairs makes your dining area appear brighter as light is allowed to reflect and bounce around the room.  

 

 

Floral Wallpaper

 

Continue the warm tones of this Sweet Chestnut floor with complementary colours such as yellows, oranges and raspberries – this floral wallpaper design is ideal, and can be easily coordinated with other accessories in the room.

 

 

Porcelain Damask Dinner Set

 

Using a simple yet effective patterned dinner set, you can tie the colour themes in your dining room together beautifully.  This dinner set features classic damask designs with a modern twist and striking colour.

 

Teenage Kicks

Polished Concrete

Polished Concrete

 

We all know that children’s bedrooms, no matter what their age, need to contain durable yet inspirational and appealing features to spark their creativity.  Why not try giving your teen’s bedroom and refreshing and modern twist with this Polished Concrete floor that is both stylish and easy to clean.

 

 

 

Skate Park Wall Stickers

 

Add some interesting highlights to the walls without the need for an expensive paint job with these funky skate park wall stickers.  These are ideal and can be placed wherever you want be it on the wall or ceiling, and are easy to stick on and remove should your teens tastes change.

Union Jack Rug

‘Made in UK’ themed furnishings are still very popular after the success of the Olympics, so why not incorporate this into your bedroom – create a ‘zone’ for reading, chilling or watching TV.

Stripes and Owl Bed Linen

 

 

Carry through your teen’s bedroom theme with some fun bed linen that’s both colourful and functional.  Featuring a cute red owl motif, this bed linen set is perfect and can be used time and time again.

 

Cosy Comfort

Blond Oak

Blond Oak

 

When its cold outside, cosy up in a warm and welcoming living room this winter by introducing honey tones, soft furnishings and bright art. Oak is a wonderful design that can be matched with most interiors, be they traditional or contemporary, and the rustic texture and wide plank of this Blond Oak floor is ideal for creating a cosy sanctuary in today’s modern household.

 

 

Retro Sofa

Retro styled furniture and interior accessories has been experiencing a come back over recent years, and this sofa is a perfect example that is both pleasing to sit on and look at. The oatmeal colour and textured back is bang on trend and neutral enough to match any décor.

Cushions

 

Add an injection of colour and retro patterns to match your scheme with these funky cushions. Mix and match stripes and circles, or a range of textures such as faux fur, silk and sequins for a touch of glamour.

 

Lamp Shade

 

Why settle for a plain shade on your table lamp, when you can make it a talking point in your living room!  This sensational world map lamp shade is quirky as well as functional.

 

 

Check out these and many more inspirational installations for the new year on our website polyflorathome.com, and if you have any room makeovers you wish to share then please get in touch either on our blog or Twitter and Facebook pages.

Happy New Year!

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