Read on to see the latest carpet, wood and ceramic tiles by globally renowned designers and manufacturers featured on Dezeen Showroom:
A series of carpet tiles designed to fade into one another is among the recent releases by French flooring brand Tarkett.
Tiles in the DESSO Fuse Landscape range come in natural, earthy shades with ombre tiles to blend in between them, aiming to zone open-plan public and corporate interiors.
British flooring company Notch has created a range of flooring made from engineered wood that comes in 16 different variations.
Original wood flooring can be laid lengthways to imitate traditional floorboards in addition to complex and decorative herringbone and chevron patterns.
The tiles come in a spectrum of sizes and colours and can be used for walls, floors, counters, basins and tabletops.
Italian brand Casalgrande Padana has launched a flooring range that aims to mimic the timelessness of natural oak.
The English Wood tile collection comes in six shades named Highland, Cheshire, Galloway, Dean, Epping and Snowdonia.
British company Karndean Designflooring has produced a collection of vinyl tiles that aim to provide users with an alternative to solid wooden floors.
According to the brand, the flooring is durable and designed to be laid in various patterns.
Istanbul-based tile manufacturer Karoistanbul uses traditional methods and moulds to create its range of cement-based tiles.
The tiles come in a spectrum of patterns and colourways and can be applied to floors and walls to create striking focal points in interiors.
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