Interior renovations and extensions are big projects, so you want to turn to names you can trust to stand the test of time, with a healthy dose of style thrown in. Here’s our hotlist of the best brands you can buy for those big investments
Make sure you put something swish underfoot that’ll have you dancing across it for years.
Kahrs is a Swedish brand with a history going back to the 1800’s. Today it is known as a world leader in engineered wood floors with patented systems to ensure easy installation.
Amtico do some of the most gorgeous vinyl tile floors out there. Modern, stylish and durable, they’re our pick of the pack for this popular flooring style.
Baltiero is a world leader in laminate flooring with a huge range and a great reputation. Definitely our name of choice for this type of floor.
Fired Earth’s range of tiles covers kitchens, bathrooms and floors, so you can cover a lot of bases in one hit. And that’s not hard when the range is so stunningly beautiful.
Security and style need to go hand in hand when choosing the fixtures and fittings for your entry points.
- Front, back and sides
- Bifold doors
Windows & Rooflights
Now, we know we’re a bit biased here, but everyone in the UK knows and trusts VELUX for windows and rooflights. Vario by VELUX offers the UK’s best range of bespoke flat glass rooflights, and why not go bespoke when it doesn’t cost any more than standard ones?
Farrow & Ball have developed a reputation for trend setting in paint and wallpaper and their ranges are always on point for the latest interior fashions.
Little Greene’s history dates back to the 1700’s but this British pain manufacturer has staked out a territory in the modern market for being socially and environmentally conscious as well as stylish.
House of Hackney offers bold and modern takes on traditional themes, which make its wallpapers the ideal choice for homes looking to stand out from the crowd.
Mylands is a traditional British firm, still family owned and run and proud holders of the Royal Warrant for their lush range of luxury paints.
Howdens offers a great range of stylish yet affordable kitchens that last, making them an idea choice for most homes and budgets.
If you fancy something a little more luxe, John Lewis offers traditional British quality from a name that you can trust.
For something really special, try deVOL, a British firm who design and hand make the most stunning bespoke kitchens. Not cheap, but oh so worth it!
Habitat has been filling British homes with sumptuous stylish pieces of furniture for decades, but time hasn’t taken the shine off this classic name with the latest collections filled with fab items to covet and keep.
Heal’s is home to luxury furniture that screams high-end class, with quality that will see the pieces you choose handed down and passed on to be loved time and time again.
Swoon is a relatively new market entrant whose online offering is stacked full of statement pieces you’ll be dying to scoop up and give house room to.
We hope you’ve enjoyed our hotlist, if you’ve got other brands you love be sure to share them with our Daylight Experts when you talk through your plans for redesigning your home.