As we spend more time at home, we are using this time to complete home projects and that includes replacing our floors. While on the hunt for your new floors at your local floor store, you need to know and understand the top flooring choices of this year. No need in spending hours looking through catalogs and articles because we’ve done the research and found the 2020 flooring trends below.
2020 homeowners are falling in love with waterproof flooring. They love the idea of natural-looking hardwood while not having to stress over water damage from cleaning, flooding or spills. Just like laminate, you can get waterproof flooring in a variety of colors, styles and textures. However, you get the added durability with it being water-repellant, low maintenance and reusable.
Bold Carpet Colors
Even though people are heading towards lighter shades of wood flooring, carpet trends go in the opposite direction — bold. Many homeowners and designers are choosing carpets with flair like blue or purple. People are loving the vibrancy that bold carpets give off. Plus, who doesn’t like a statement piece everything you go into a room. Designers also predict that this trend will continue into next year.
Natural Light Wood Flooring
While decorations and carpet are bold, people prefer wood flooring that is natural and light in color. 2020 is all about contrast, so people are pairing light-colored wood with dark and bold fixtures, furniture and decorations. Many homeowners are choosing blonde or white woods to give the room a natural yet modern vibe.
Porcelain tiles are all the rage this year. Between wood-look porcelain tiles to marble-look porcelain tiles, homeowners just can’t get enough. People want their floors to look like natural wood or marble without all the work that goes into it. These tile floors may look like marble or wood but it comes with the ease and low maintenance that porcelain tiles provide.
Engineered wood floors have slowly made its way to the top of the 2020 flooring trends. Many homeowners prefer engineered wood with a plywood core because it is strong, comes in a variety of finishes and is sustainable. Engineered wood also is an affordable option over normal hardwood floors.
Are you ready to install new flooring? Contact Valor Home Services today to learn how we can help install floors in Belleville, O’Fallon, Edwardsville and the surrounding areas.