Lumber Liquidators shares its insights on 2015 fall flooring trends.
Hardwood flooring continues to remain a popular choice for consumers’ homes, even with lookalikes such as laminate and ceramic tile on the market. Little can surpass wood’s natural beauty, and hardwood manufacturers continue to come up with new ways to make wood look even better, from the species to the colors and finishes they use.
Homeowners looking to update their homes this fall will likely be gravitating toward these stylish finishes.
Homeowners looking to update their homes this fall will likely be gravitating toward these stylish finishes, according to Lumber Liquidators.
Nautical style can be infused into homes through a variety of finishing touches — including those underfoot. Whitewashed flooring is making a comeback to create a cottage-esque look for today’s modern sanctuaries.
Reclaimed wood has been valued in the home for not only its environmental benefits, but also its historical ambiance. Distressed flooring achieves a similar look while also providing a low-maintenance finish for homeowners.
This versatile neutral continues to play a role in myriad aspects of home design, including flooring. While darker hues may look more like traditional hardwoods, “lighter gray is the new look to modern flooring,” celebrity realtor Josh Altman said in a news release. Multiple hue selections will help hardware retailers cater to style preferences.