With so many choices available, deciding on the perfect flooring for your home or business can be a daunting task. You want a product that is stylish, trendy, and accents the overall design of your space; but you may also have other needs, such as durability, and ease of cleaning and maintenance. Let’s take a look at current flooring trends, to help you pick the flooring that best suits your needs for your new home, business, or renovation!
By using 3-D photo replication, luxury vinyl can closely resemble any material, including hardwood and stone. Each tile is embossed to mimic the desired texture. This way, you’re able to have the high-end look of hardwood or stone, without the high cost and more difficult maintenance.
Wood Resembling Luxury Vinyl
Stone Resembling Luxury Vinyl
Luxury Vinyl Benefits
- Lower costs than hardwood or stone.
- Easy to maintain and clean.
- Durable, water-resistant.
- Others will think it’s real wood or stone!
Patterned Carpet and Tile
Your floor is your 5th wall, so why not use it as a design statement! This trend leans toward simple, solid (non-patterned) walls, furniture, & décor, paired with a pretty patterned floor.
Patterned tiles add character to your home. In your bathroom you can continue the tile up a wall as a feature wall.
The “go green” trend has led to consumers demanding more eco-friendly products. This trend is not only better for the environment, but has also led to some pretty awesome, vintage looking products!
Check out this stunning hardwood floor made re-purposed from old barn wood! This sample consists of two larger planks, that are made from multiple smaller planks of re-purposed barn wood.
Re-purposed Barn Wood Flooring
Some carpet manufacturers are recycling old products into new products.
Recycled Carpet Label
Wide Plank Hardwood
Wide plank hardwood has been a very popular trend lately. Consumers have ventured toward planks ranging from 5 to 7 inches wide. Wide planks can make a room seem more visually spacious, which goes a long with another trend of spacious, open-concept home layouts.
Wide Plank Hardwood
For color, dark hardwood has been very popular, as well as grey-toned.