Home Design Trends

Bamboo  |  Reclaimed Wood  |  Tile  |  Cork  |  Luxury Vinyl

Home Design

When it comes to flooring design inspiration makes homeowners not only look for quality, but something unique, and flooring manufactures are getting the message. In this respect, they are keen on providing flooring products that are budget friendly, sensible and easy to maintain. Below we have listed some of the latest trends in modern flooring commonly seen in homes today.

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bamboo flooring

Bamboo Flooring

Even though bamboo has been around for very long, what we are seeing now is an explosion of colors and styles. Unlike hardwood, bamboo is a fast growing hard grass, making it more sustainable to harvest. Just like any other wood flooring, it is advisable to keep bamboo out of moisture-prone rooms like bathrooms and kitchens.

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Invincible hardwood

Reclaimed Wood

Reclaimed wood flooring has become a major hit in most modern homes today. Factory-finished hardwood flooring offers all the charm and uniqueness of reclaimed timber. The most striking thing about reclaimed wood flooring is that it will stand up to moisture fluctuations better than most other wood flooring products out there.

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belterra tile flooring

Tile

Popular tile styles these days are large format tiles that measure 12’’x 24’’ or even 36’’ x 36’’. Besides looking great on the floor, larger tiles also mean more tile surface and less grout lines to clean. However, large tiles are large heavy and require a perfectly level substrate as well as a professional installer to come out right.

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cork flooring

Cork Flooring

Loved primarily for its amazing acoustic-insulating qualities, cork flooring is also more comfortable to walk on than most traditional flooring types, particularly tile. Because of new factory finishes, cork is more durable than it was a few years ago. The only downside of cork flooring is that it can be damaged by moisture and can fade when exposed to sunlight.

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Invincible H2O vinyl flooring

Luxury Vinyl Flooring

When you hear the word ‘luxury vinyl’, don’t think of the ordinary vinyl people are used to that peel and stick. Luxury vinyl combines the high-end look of hardwood with the durability of vinyl. It is a natural fit in bathroom, laundry area and kitchen because it can stand up to moisture.

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