People love to experiment, be it with clothing, makeup or flooring options. Just like how fashion and clothing enhances your personality and makes you stand apart from the crowd, flooring does the same to your house or office. It makes your house appear elegant and cozy. In other words, flooring provides an identity.
Since people spend a lot of time selecting the ideal flooring option for them, they should know what’s happening in the flooring realm. There have been some significant developments in flooring (carpet, wood, laminate and tile). Let’s have a look at the latest flooring trends for the year 2017:
- Hardwood Flooring–In hardwood flooring, you can change the color easily over time. This is not possible with any other flooring surface. Hardwood flooring is supposed to last for a long duration. In 2017, consumers will look for hardwood flooring with darker and richer stains. Authentic wider planks will dominate the scene. Wider hardwood flooring will be in high demand by 2017. It makes people think that the space is larger and costlier than thinner hardwoods.
- Laminate Flooring–Laminate flooring has picked up the trend in the past few years. It resembles the look of real wood and stone. People have started opting for laminate flooring as their first choice because it’s much cheaper. According to the latest trends for the year 2017, there will be a huge demand for longer and wider laminated planks just like hardwood flooring. People will prefer darker laminate floor.
- Carpet Flooring–The demand for carpet floors has increased and will keep on increasing. It is an ideal choice for those who want their floor to look royal and magnificent. In 2017, there will be a high demand for recycled carpet, cut and loop carpet and carpet tile rugs. People will ask for neutral colored carpets to match the color and tone of hard floors.
- Tile Flooring–People like tile flooring for its cost effectiveness, durability, low maintenance and variety of style and color. Flooring experts believe people will choose for metallic tiles, terracotta tiles and dark metals tiles in 2017.