EcoDomo's Cork Design Collection.
Parker Wood Porcelain tiles from Porcelanosa.
The Array Rug by Kelly Wearstler for The Rug Company.
The Maxima collection by Italo Ceramica.
The Timothy Corrigan collection for Patterson, Flynn & Martin.
Terra Legno's Mystique line.
The Estonia collection from Architectural Ceramics.
An indoor/outdoor rug from Capel.

Foot Loose

Flooring and carpet options bring style to the surface

SUSTAINABLE SURFACE
EcoDomo’s hardy, eco-friendly Cork Design Collection offers myriad choices, with a range of styles, sizes and hand-assembled surface designs. Available in floating planks, glue-down tiles and sheets and panels laminated to MDF (engineered fiberboard) slabs. Pictured here, floating cork planks in a dark Rum finish. ecodomo.com 

PURELY PORCELAIN
Parker Wood Porcelain tiles from Porcelanosa look like wood but offer the benefits of tile in terms of function, maintenance and durability. The tiles come in different sizes, textures and finishes—including an anti-slip finish that makes them suitable for bathroom or even outdoor installations.
porcelanosa-usa.com

THE WAYS OF WOOL
Part of a collection designed by Kelly Wearstler for The Rug Company, the Array Light rug is made of soft, hand-knotted Tibetan wool. Inspired by the look of mismatched stones, it’s available in natural shades that subtly showcase the design, as well as in a darker-hued version. 
therugcompany.com

SET IN STONE
The Maxima collection by Italo Ceramica imitates natural stone surfaces. Pictured here, the look of Rainbow Teak sandstone—which has a precise veining pattern in gray, yellow and pink—is duplicated, but with impervious porcelain tile instead of porous sandstone, which is more difficult to maintain. Available at Italo Ceramica.
italoceramica.com

MODERN HISTORY
The new Timothy Corrigan custom rug collection for Patterson, Flynn & Martin showcases a warm palette of creams, lavenders, reds and blues in patterns grounded in historical reference but modernized by the designer’s own sensibility. Pictured here, Rue Lafayette in a sandstone colorway.
pattersonflynnmartin.com

GREEN MYSTIQUE
Terra Legno’s chocolate-hued Mystique line of hardwood flooring showcases the distinctive grain of European white oak. FSC-certified, this wood surface is engineered using sustainable methods and is both durable and fade-resistant.
terralegno.com

THE LOOK OF WOOD
The Estonia collection from Architectural Ceramics is a line of porcelain tiles that seamlessly duplicates four wood types from around the world, including Gray Ash (pictured). The series will expand to include replicas of species from other geographical locations.
architecturalceramics.com 

VERY VERSATILE
Boasting a range of color combinations and sizes, this durable, stain-resistant indoor/outdoor rug by Capel is made of the synthetic fiber olefin and imported from Belgium. Pictured here in ivory and taupe; available through Classic Interiors in Ellicott City.
classicinteriorsonline.com