luxury interiors

Patterned Floors

As the luxury goods market continues to grow, so too does our desire for the highly crafted, opulent and unique. With the demand for hand-painted decorative floors increasing by the brush stroke, designers and studios are creating a whole host of inspired designs, accessible even for the most austere of homeowners. Never has the term ‘don’t look down’ been more offensive!

Balance is key when it comes to mastering this trend, but executed well these bold prints and muted neutrals culminate in show stopping spaces that stand the test of time.

For a neutral base laced with charm, look no further than our Ottoman hand-painted limestone, perfect for a large hallway or dining room. Our hand-painted Angel Floor is another exquisite design, available in an array of motifs and hues that can be complimented and contrasted with surrounding furnishings.

Decorum Est’s Marble and brass floor seductively surrenders to warmer climates and creates a stunning focal point in any given space. If bold and contemporary statement floors are the order of your day, our Moderne Collection of lemon sole tiles takes the art of multi-tasking in its stride, combining bold metallic designs with highly durable properties.

With Decorum Est’s vast range of statement floors available, from our Hand-painted Collection to the Moderne Collection, it has never been easier to pave your way to a desirable and dynamic living space.

Decorum Dare You: Partner a bold statement floor in petrol blue against a bevy of black furnishings. Finish with silver accessories from velvet cushions to antique picture frames.




Marble Masterpiece

Marble is having an interior must-have moment. Predominantly used in kitchens and bathrooms, our desire for marble is back on the 2018 trends radar with a smooth honed vengeance.

Naturally, marble’s unique qualities exude glamour and luxury however when contrasted with unique pieces of furniture or contrasting surfaces it can swiftly blur the barriers between classic and contemporary for an edgier look. Examples of this can be seen in the images above, partnering marble and brass, marble and parquet or even used as a feature wall.

Replicate this timeless trend with a whole host of Decorum Est’s products.  Our selection of marble is sourced from Italy and is the ideal backdrop in any bathroom, kitchen or even hallway. Contrast with a matt grey wall and contemporary masculine furnishings with a black trim for a bold and sophisticated space. Our marble and brass arabesque design makes for a stunning feature floor, perfect for hotter climates or even a unique bathroom countertop.

Decorum Dare You: Master two trends in one by livening up a classic marble floor with a metallic feature wall. Decorum Est's rain drop briquettes, taken from the Alchemy Collection create the perfect marble and bronze partnership.


House of Fun

During a dry, deprived and dismal January, what better way to indulge or at least entice than on fearless and bold interior inspiration. Given the right bare basics, freedom and fun certainly can run riot.

Creating the canvas is key; if your furniture and accessories are to be the main feature, keep floors and walls minimal.  In contrast, accent walls and floors require simple furnishings that blend and enhance the overall look.

Designer Herve Van der Straeten’s living space, featured in Interiors Digital magazine epitomises this fun house vibe. While Interior Designer Robert Passal also captures this bold and beautiful vision by balancing bold colours with soft textures and hand painted walls.

Decorum Est’s range of specialist paint effects are ideal for an indulgent yet neutral canvas.  For an accent wall or floor however, look no further than our pietra dura collection for your very own work of art using traditional techniques. Alternatively our houndstooth collection has the ability to revive any space, available in an array of colours.

Decorum dare you: Pair a monochrome statement floor in pietra dura with mustard coloured walls and gold, chunky accessories, guaranteed to put the ‘hello’ back into hallway.