Flooring Trends For 2019

flooring trendsHere, the friendly folks over at Drew’s Roofing and Home Repair go over the top flooring installation trends for 2019:

Mosaics in the Bathroom

White mosaics, and white and black patterned ones, are extremely on-trend now. In the year 2019, a number of shapes, which includes small squares, subway tiles, chevron, herringbone, and much more is going to be seen everywhere.

Wood-Look Tiles in the Bathroom

The main ongoing tile flooring trend (which includes bathroom tile) is tile which looks like wood. The wood-look planks are available in many colors and styles, and most look amazingly realistic.

Rustic Farmhouse in the Kitchen

The look of rustic farmhouse still is going strong. Homeowners and designers are calling for wider and longer planks with a focus on natural aging and use of reclaimed materials. Create painted, farmhouse-style furniture with layers of paint removal and colorful paint.

Grey Hardwood Flooring in the Kitchen

Grey woods that have distinctive patterns that are so reminiscent of sun-bleached boardwalks in America still are increasing in popularity—especially for bathrooms and kitchens. Grey hardwood flooring has become synonymous with the modern-day kitchen look, particularly as combined with tinted glass and brushed stainless steel.

Sustainable Exotic Species in the Living Room

The quantity of homeowners searching for more unique flooring is on the rise. For 2019, expect to see a move in using sustainable exotic species, which includes Teak, Brazilian Cherry, Wenge, and Iroko from tropical and exotic regions of the world.

Carpet in Living Room and Bedrooms

It isn’t any secret tile, hardwoods, and other hard-surface option in flooring is everywhere now yet carpet also is expected to be huge in 2019. Consumers still are selecting carpet for its plush feel and capability of adding warmth. Expect to see a lot more colors, patterns, designs and variety of feel and look.

Bold Colors and Contrasting Perimeters on the Deck

While “picture frame” borders are nothing new, they remain on-trend for their capability of concealing the ends of deck boards, providing a clean finish. New to this trend is contrasting but complementing decking colors. Utilizing a dark shade for the contrasting border, for example, is going to make the entire deck stand out.

Andrew Bussell

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