Welcome to Blue Butterfly Flooring

The Home of Bespoke Flooring

International Artist Emily Campbell has created stunning bespoke flooring for 20 years.  Our vinyl flooring is suitable for both domestic and commercial spaces and is hardwearing with an anti-slip surface.  Clients can choose from any of our stock designs, which will then be adapted to make sure it fits the space it is to be installed, this mean every floor is totally unique for each customer.  We have many different designs for you to look through and are always happy to incorporate your own photos into any of the designs.

Make a splash in your home with our vibrant underwater vinyl flooring for bathrooms.  Our bespoke flooring will really brighten up any space.  Now you can lead your visitors down a garden path to the kitchen or connect your garden with your home by installing one of our floral floors in your conservatory.  For something really different look at our 3D custom vinyl flooring – cracked up wood or concrete, reveal landscapes beneath, abundant with tropical fish or flowers.

Our commercial flooring for schools and nurseries, incorporates educational games.  Children can have hours of fun finding mini beasts, or counting gold coins.  Older children, can try naming as many different animals or insects as they can.

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We have decided to create some simpler flooring designs, for spaces that want to bring the out side in - this is the first called 'wildflowers' perfect for cloak rooms, bathrooms or conservatories? ... See MoreSee Less

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We are really enjoying these pictures of children seeking mini beasts in our newly installed floor at Monkey Puzzle Nursery - This is what the nursery had to say :) "As you can see from the pictures the result is stunning, to the delight of the children who have been exploring every inch with magnifying glasses. We have heard squeals of excitement as the children have found a ladybird or worm tucked under a stone. They have been tip-toeing across the bridge and holding hands as they cross the logs." ... See MoreSee Less

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