Atrafloor has just released a new vinyl flooring collection that could be perfect if you want to give your home some fun vibes.
Drawing on 8-bit colour graphics and game aesthetics, the vinyl flooring range, Censor, combines nostalgia with a playful edge to give you the chance to welcome some pixel elements into your home.
There has recently been a rise in the popularity of contemporary indie games, which has, in turn, led to a return to prominence of the pixelated look, with certain games starting to return to more of a throwback style.
And we're subsequently beginning to see this influence our interiors too, as seen with Atrafloor's new range. It acts as a creative alternative to more traditional tiles, thanks to the pixel squares that successfully blur the lines between retro and futuristic vibes.
The options to choose from include a bright multi-coloured version which is certain to jazz up your home, or as an alternative option, a more subtle palette which could look just as home in the bathroom as it does the kitchen.
Available to order now, the floor is made-to-order and is £59/m2.