June 7, 2023 Ron Gauthier

Flooring Trends: Stay on the Cutting Edge of Style for Your Home or Business

Flooring Trends Stay on the Cutting Edge of Style for Your Home or BusinessInstalling new flooring in your home or business is not only a functional decision, but this renovation is an opportunity to take advantage of current design trends. There’s no question that the quality of your flooring sets the tone from the ground up.

Here are a few trends that are gaining attention in 2023. These details will create a home that stands out because it is up-to-date with the latest interior design ideas. Plus, many of these trends offer evergreen results that will look good for many years in the future.

  • Light Hardwood: Real wood flooring never goes out of style. Many homeowners seek wood with character – lighter stains and a fresh appearance. Examples include walnut and white oak. If you don’t want to worry about the maintenance and care associated with natural wood, consider engineered wood flooring that helps avoid common issues (such as warping).
  • Large Vinyl Plank Tile: Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) is a great up and coming material. Vinyl tile comes in a wide variety of designs, colors, and patterns, including marble, stone and hardwood textures. It can mimic the appearance of natural materials at a fraction of the cost, allowing you to achieve the desired aesthetic for your space. Big, bold tile, is coming back into style. Choose contrasting colors, such as black and white marble. Or stick with a more neutral stone color to create a touch of luxury without distracting from other features in the room.
  • Colors and Patterns: Going with carpet, you can bring a pop of personality into your flooring design in many ways. Some homeowners are going with patterns and brighter colors, using contrast to make a statement.
  • Neutral Colors: It’s no surprise that neutral colors never seem to go out of style. Even when bright colors are trendy, there is always a place for neutral finishes in a stylish design. The key to making neutral tones look good is to find vinyl plank, vinyl tile or other durable materials that use a matte or soft satin finish and blend either warm or cool tones to add the perfect finish to your home.
  • Function: No matter the materials you choose, many homeowners seek the perfect balance of function and style. The good news is that modern floorings, such as vinyl and engineered hardwood, can create durability without a need to sacrifice style. There are many performance flooring options for homeowners in high-traffic areas.

These beautiful flooring options will get you the biggest return on investment for your flooring renovation because they are new and sought after.

Do you need personalized recommendations for your flooring installation? Contact the experts at On the Level Flooring: (951) 764-7726.

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