I love a good challenge, and for the last 7 days, I was set a really fab one by the Luxury Flooring company. I had to take 7 floor selfies, of floors or flooring that I love.
Last year I was fortunate enough to meet the two people who started the IG account, From Where You Stand, whilst I was in Israel. With the theme of sharing your feets point of view, wherever they are in the world. It’s been a popular in photography for a few years now, with popular hashtags being used such as #IHaveThisThingWithFloors being amongst them.
I was going to work my way around my home, as I really do have a bit of a thing with flooring, especially patterned ones. However as it was over 7 days, I thought it would be fun to take them also when I was out and about. So once a day, I took a floor selfie, and here I’d like to share twith you the results…
Now I’m not great at a selfie (I know terrible blogger) but I am more than a little obsessed with taking photos of flooring and shoes combined, so thats what I opted for mostly. First up though, here’s me on my (every blogger in the world has one) Berber rug.
I do love this rug, I’ve been making subtle changes to my living room for the past few months, and this was one of them. It was an absolute bargain when I got it, as Redoute were offering a huge discount.It adds a lightness to my room that was lacking before, and I love it!
These delicate mosaic tiles, were an entrance to an opticians, which I feel like I have to visit continuously at the moment, as now every member of my family has glasses and contact lenses. At least this one had a pretty entrance.
One of my absolute favourite places to eat in Nottingham City centre is Georges. THE best fish and chips I’ve ever eaten, and pretty cool floor tiles too! I’m not sure I could like with a monochrome look in my home, in fact I know I couldn’t I love colour far too much, but can appreciate the beauty and order!
This is me in my en-suite, topping up my lipstick before the schoolrun. I have these mixed up patterned tiles, all on the same colour palate, but a variation of quite traditional patterns and polka dots. If I had to choose a favourite in my home it would be these.
Out and about again in this one in Nottingham city centre. Modern hexagon tiles, with a flat concrete style colour. I think these would be great in a hallway, you can see a theme of irregular patterned flooring being a favourite of mine can’t you?
Out for coffee on a seriously warm day for October, so a chance to get my toes out one final time for the year. I love the contrast of the wooden floors boards of this old converted church that is now a bar with vintage delph style tiles.
Finally because every week should end with a new pair of boots. These are a gorgeous pair of black suede bike boots (the lighting isn’t great I’m sorry) that I ordered from Hotter. I’m wearing in my youngest daughters room, in the only clear bit of floor space I could find!
So that was my week. Do you have a favourite floor from the 7 I’ve shown you?