This image shows a page of thermoplastic flooring designs in a catalogue for Krommenie Coloretta Thermoplastic Flooring, published in 1965. The catalogue is part of a collection of ephemera related to the paint company Ripolin.
During the 1960s, thermoplastic flooring was popular with British consumers. The material was cheap and easy to clean, and was commonly used in kitchens.
These patterns are similar to popular designs from the 1950s and were popular at the cheaper end of the market.