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Flooring Trends 2015

Oh, February. The weather outside is frightful and the prospect of spring, while delightful, is still just out of reach. This time of year a little pick-me-up is invaluable. In the wise, wise words of Miss Donna Meagle:

Now, I think it’s fair to assume you, dear readers, are a style-savvy bunch, with an eye for quality, price, and aesthetic. With that in mind, let’s take a look at some of the hottest style trends that have emerged so far in 2015:

  • Dark Flooring

Don’t fear the darkness, friends. Adding a dark floor as a neutral accent color in place of the everyday beige or tan takes an interior design plan to the next level! There’s a dark floor to suit everyone’s needs and tastes: The Supreme Elite Freedom Gold Madison Avenue Waterproof  Loose Lay Vinyl Plank offers authentic wood grain pattern atop rich black coloration, while the Mohawk Brookdale Cabin 5″ Hickory Chocolate Hardwood is as luscious as the confection it’s named for!

  • Grey Flooring

Whether you prefer the American spelling (with an -a) or the British spelling (with an –e),make 2015 the year you bring the silver lining into your home! Gray doesn’t have to mean drab or staid; gray can bring effortless class and comfort, making a quiet statement as pleasant as a cup of Earl…who? You guessed it, Earl Grey! From the smokiest charcoal to the palest platinum, options abound. Love laminate? Have a look at the Supreme Click Landmark Series Random Width Gray Dawn Hickory. Wild for waterproof? The Supreme Elite Freedom Gold Series Desert Mesa Loose Lay Vinyl Plank can handle all your moisture demands, and features the easiest installation on the market today.

  • Rustic Flooring

Much like crop tops, overalls, and Missy Elliot, everything old is new and fabulous again! Not that Missy Elliot ever stopped being fabulous, but I digress. There’s an undeniable, enduring beauty to reclaimed wood. Thanks to modern technology, though, you don’t have to use wood to get that classic look! The Natural Elegance Elite Austin Hickory Click Together Vinyl Plank and the Supreme Click Elite Indian Cypress Hand Scraped Vinyl Plank are both waterproof, while the Kronoswiss Noblesse Rovere Historic Oak Laminate comes with free premium moisture barrier underlayment! There’s even porcelain tile that features a beautiful, trendy rustic wood look. Check out the Urban Wood Glazed Walnut and see for yourself.

Want more ideas from Floors To Your Home? Check out our Pinterest, shoot us an email, or call us today!

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Meredith Foster is a content writer at Floors To Your Home. Away from the office she’s a published author, hockey fan, music lover, and mom to a vampire-fanged rescue cat.
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2 comments on “Flooring Trends 2015
  1. Mitch Mohtasham says:

    My 2000 sqft apt has tile in the kitchen, hallways, bathroom. The rest is carpted, According to Homedepot the rest is 1300 sqft. Small bath room will be tile where I try to match it as close as possible to the existing tile color and style. I can not make up my mind as to what flooring to I want to use to cover the rest of the apt. Everything is going to be installed by experts. An adult condo building where there won’t be any kids ever and only small dogs. I am thinking of 10mm self underlayment laminate wood. But I worry about moisture damage. BTW I live near LA CA. Tile are inexpensive and porceline is expensive. What do you recommend?

    • Meredith says:

      Hi, Mitch! If you’re living in an area like Los Angeles, you should be just fine with the 10mm laminate. If you’re interested in waterproof versus water resistant, all our our vinyl plank floors are waterproof.

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