5 Flooring Trends You Need to Check Out This Year

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Amelia

Amelia Atkins is an author at Smooth Decorator and a fresh architecture student. The love for architecture and design runs in her family and she knew what she wanted to do from a very young age. You can often find her with a notepad in hand, just looking at the clouds, dreaming about the next skyscraper.

Even though floors are never on the top of your list of priorities when it comes to renovating your home, this is still an issue you need to pay attention eventually. The best thing about flooring, though, is that you don’t have to do it too frequently – if you do it properly, your floors could easily remain impeccable for decades. If you too are thinking about fixing your floors at the moment, here are some of the top flooring trends everyone should be trying out in 2019.

Look into eco-friendly solutions

Knowing how important it is to protect our planet and leave it for future generations, more and more homeowners are getting interested in those eco-friendly flooring solutions. There are lots of ideas you can look into, from cork and bamboo to concrete and reclaimed wood, so you’ll surely find an option you’re going to love. These sustainable floors will soon become the focal point of your entire home, but will also inspire your friends and visitors to consider installing them in their own homes as well, thus spreading this trend even further.

Choose colorful bathroom tiles

The bathroom is where you spend a great deal of your time, and it’s your own personal sanctuary where you’re supposed to relax and forget all about your troubles. That’s why every element in your bathroom, including the floors, needs to enhance this feeling, so picking colorful tiles that could soothe you, even more, is vital. Colors like beige, eggshell, forest green and silver could turn out to be surprisingly peaceful, so stick to these when installing new tiles in your bathroom.

Use rugs as centerpieces

No matter what kind of flooring you end up choosing, you should think about enhancing its effects with a few rugs. These don’t have to cover too much space, nor be too aggressive, but if you position them strategically and color-coordinate them with your floors, you may be getting a better effect than you were hoping for. That’s why you might want to start exploring different colorful rugs as soon as you can and finding a solution that will take your home’s visual appeal and comfort to a whole new level.

Install some rapid-lock vinyl

Most people still believe hardwood floors are the best solution for almost every room in their home – except the kitchen and bathroom, of course – but the fact is that some of them might not be able to afford it, nor are capable of installing these floors on their own. That’s why they might choose the next best thing, which is vinyl because it’s easy to install, rather affordable, and still visually stunning and attractive. This rapid-lock vinyl can even be used in your bathroom and kitchen, so it’s an inexpensive solution for the entire house!

Explore the world of intriguing kitchen mosaics

You don’t have to be the best cook in the world to know how important a great kitchen is and what it can do for your entire family. This is where you prepare your meals and spend time with your loved ones, which means the kitchen needs to be as visually appealing and inviting as possible. In order to achieve that feeling, lots of people are exploring the world of intriguing kitchen mosaics, relying on various shapes and patterns that make their home absolutely amazing. You can install these in other rooms as well, especially because these tiles are much more durable than hardwood floors, as well as easier to clean and maintain.

Fortunately, these aren’t the only flooring trends you could look into this year. Some of the other ideas you should explore include finding waterproof materials, looking into affordable wood-replicas, opting for surfaces you’ll be able to polish easily once a year, as well as invest your money into rustic-looking floors that will add a new dose of elegance and style to your home and make it more inviting than ever.

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Amelia Atkins is an author at Smooth Decorator and a fresh architecture student. The love for architecture and design runs in her family and she knew what she wanted to do from a very young age. You can often find her with a notepad in hand, just looking at the clouds, dreaming about the next skyscraper.

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