Flooring Design Trends in 2020


Hardwood Is Still the Popular Choice

Hardwood flooring keeps growing in popularity, and is far and away the preferred flooring choice for homes. While there's a growing collection of flooring materials that attempt to imitate the appearance of wood, most homeowners still need the timeless, timeless beauty of the real thing. Man-made materials simply aren't able to replicate the warmth, style and natural comfort a hardwood flooring brings to your property. It does not hurt that timber floors add value to your house, last a lengthy time, and can be refinished as tastes or style trends evolve.

What's Trending for Hardwood in 2020

Colour tendencies for 2020 are interesting because they represent different ends of the spectrum, depending on your personal taste and design goals. Grey tones of the last few years have been gradually transitioning in color towards lighter and beige earth tones. Up to now, the"greige" has really turned into a color used to describe this transitional palette spectrum. By and large, the color palette is moving toward natural and light wood tones. Flooring of light blond or warm honey lend a warm, airy and open texture that create spaces feel larger, yet welcoming. These lighter natural tones are easily the most notable trend for 2020 and the near future.

Past Strip Flooring

At the beginning of 2019, there has been a noticeable increase in the prevalence of parquet flooring. The coming years should show a much more substantial increase in this versatile hardwood flooring option. The beauty of parquet is present in the almost unlimited number of choices available to homeowners today. Parquet comes in a vast variety of patterns and forests, and can be laid in several of methods to raise your design options even more. Depending on how you design it, parquet flooring may be used to make traditional classic fashions, or magnificent modern interiors.

The last notable trend in flooring is actually a manifestation of a wider trend in Western consumerism. More and more, homeowners are seeking out products which are manufactured right here in the USA. For hardwood flooring, this is especially true when it comes to our national species: oak, maple, hickory, etc.. Consumers understand that when they are buying 100% American made flooring, they are getting the finest materials, construction and craftsmanship available. Also important, is they are very likely encouraging businesses who believe in responsible manufacturing, and producing safe, healthy, green products which will last a lifetime in their home.

For a myriad of reasons, hardwood floors continues to grow in popularity, without any signs of slowing down. The only question is, which design is best for you?

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