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With 2020 ever closer, there’ll be some of you that are keen to get ahead of the trends to make sure you’re bang on style. Here we are going to explore what’s hot to make sure you’re ahead of the game with your flooring looking at the height of fashion…
It’s all very exciting until you realise choosing a new floor is actually really daunting and can be quite stressful. With so many options, and it being a big expense, you have to make sure you get it right. The time has come to stop thinking about it and treat yourself and your home to new flooring. We are here to help you prepare to tackle the new styles. There’s nothing worse than spending your hard-earned cash on new flooring only to find it’s gone out of fashion in a few years’ times. Here are the trends that are here to stay!
Having really taken off in 2019, grey flooring is certainly here to stay. It’s so popular for a number of reasons – the first being it is so versatile, complementing many different furnishings and interior themes. It brings other colours in your room together nicely, while exhibiting a clean-cut, fresh contemporary feel. However, if you’re after something a little more traditional or rustic, it works well as an imitation of real wood with natural imperfections such as knots and grooves fitting in nicely. It is available in different shades and almost every floor type.
This is the most distinctive and recognisable design of wood floors. Its affluent, majestic appeal makes it very popular with homeowners at the moment. It really gives the wow factor, perfect if you’re really wanting to add luxury to your space. Herringbone is a traditional design, often chosen in grand houses, the main reason sales have soared in recent years.
Although typically most homeowners like a mid-toned to light flooring as it creates a fresh and airy looking space, dark floors are cropping up more and more recently that we can see them really taking off in 2020. Dark floors not only look elegant and have their own charisma and charm but are actually better from a practical point of view. They are better at hiding dirt, scratches and stains than a lighter floor, perfect if your home is more exposed to these!
Rustic wood is in high demand. With the hustle and bustle of modern life, many of us find us lusting after something from a bygone era. The natural imperfections of the wood are preserved, so the knots and grains are visible. This in tune creates a beautiful charisma and statement, offering a real unique look to your home.