Quick-Step floors are extremely versatile, which means they can be used throughout the house. And thanks to the wide range of designs and styles - from classic to trendy - there is bound to be a Quick-Step floor for every room in the house.
Your bathroom is the place where you unwind and relax — and also where your children splash and giggle in the bath. It’s where you soothe sore muscles in the shower after a heavy workout and check your clothes in the mirror before you walk out the door. For your bathroom, you obviously want a floor that is waterproof and easy to maintain.
A place to cuddle up, gently slumber the night away, and hit the snooze button time and again: your bedroom is where comfort matters most. Besides a cosy bed and a soft pillow, you also deserve the perfect bedroom flooring.
Want to create the ideal space for your little one to sleep, roam and play in? A cosy bed, fun wall art, a softly glowing night light, a downy-soft playmat on the floor... Only the best is good enough for your baby. Time to pick flooring that meets all the requirements!
An elegant candlelight supper. An exquisite dinner party. Or even an original themed evening... There’s one more thing that makes or breaks the perfect dinner party: your dining room flooring.
A quick glance, perhaps three or four seconds. That’s all it takes for your freshly arrived guests to form an opinion about your lovely home. In other words: your hallway is the perfect place to make a great first impression.
Your kitchen is the beating centre of your home, bursting with activity. As the central heart of your busy life, your kitchen deserves flooring that can cope with the daily hustle and bustle.
Kick off your shoes, lean back in a cosy couch and... relax, while the house bubbles with activity. Your living room is where relaxation meets activity. Needless to say it needs a floor that can handle all facets of your family life.
Your personal workspace at home is where you’ll spend a lot of your time. So you want a professional look that really says 'step into my office'. An eternal dilemma?