A trend is a carefully researched, updated version of an already tried and true design. That means what's trending now in new floors will often live on to become a classic.
An example is the herringbone wood pattern. It began in the 1970s as the original parquet pattern, and we're seeing it again in a big way.
The shag carpet style is another one. Known in the 1970s for its iconic gold, brown, and green hues, it now has an expanded color palette that makes it one of the most fun choices ever.
Wood looks: likely to be around for years to come
You’ll hear a lot about these surfaces in our flooring store. They include luxury vinyl, waterproof flooring, wood-look tile, and laminate wood flooring.
High-definition photography and modern technology are enabling manufacturers to create amazingly realistic mimics. The photography is clear, vibrant, and accurate, with all of Mother Nature's "imperfections" showing.
Stone cold beauty
Stone is sophisticated and stylish, but it's also pricey. So if you have budget challenges, know that you can get terrific realistic stone look tiles.
Feel free to visit our flooring company to see our stone tile collections from brands like Marazzi.
The stone tiles are usually made from heavier and more dense porcelain. It's ideal for heavily trafficked rooms like the kitchen.
There's nothing new about hardwood being highly sought after. One species, however, remains constantly in demand.
White oak has an open grain that takes color well. Colors range from light gray to beige and brown.
White oak is one of the hardest domestic species, so it works well in heavily trafficked rooms. However, it has a natural, rustic warmth that can look slightly distressed.
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