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The Return of the Vinyl Floor Tile?

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The Return of the Vinyl Floor Tile?

Julie Carlson August 04, 2014

When was the last time you thought about vinyl floor tiles? If you’re like us, it’s been, well, forever. That’s why we took note when we saw UK designer Neisha Crosland’s line of attractive and affordable vinyl floor tiles. Perhaps it’s time to reconsider. 

Above: Crosland’s Parquet Vinyl Flooring for Harvey Maria was inspired by Celtic crosses; £42.95 for a pack of 12 (each pack covers 1.115 square meters) at John Lewis. Available in four colors, including charcoal, shown here.

Above: Crosland’s Parquet Vinyl Flooring in turquoise, stone, and sage.

Above: Crosland’s Parquet Vinyl Flooring in charcoal.

See more of Crosland’s designs at Paris in London: Neisha Crosland’s Garden Garden Oasis and Artful Tiles from an English Textile Designer.

N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on September 19, 2013, as part of our London Design 2013 issue.

Don’t forget: You can vote once a day for the finalists in the 2014 Considered Design Awards. Click below to cast your votes on Remodelista and Gardenista. The polls close August 8; winners will be announced August 9. Vote now!

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