Not Just for Your Feet! The Top Flooring Trends for 2022

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A design element once taken for granted is becoming a major part of the interior decorating experience. In order to complete the theme, your flooring style cannot be an afterthought. It’s the support for the entire look and feel of the room and is often the first thing a potential buyer notices upon entering a home.

If you want to make a splash, start working with the floor as a palette. Use it to amplify the beauty of your surroundings.


Here are the top flooring trends for 2022:

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1. Bleached/White Wood

One of the most popular flooring choices is perhaps the simplest – bleached wood. As far as wood floors go, a lighter hue is winning over the conventional dark tan or brown tones. It’s perfect for brightening a room or pairing with soft pastels to create a more calming environment.

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2. Hexagonal Porcelain Tiles

Hexagonal tiles have been a top choice for many designers over the last couple of years and the trend is continuing. With differences in color and tile size, a hexagonal floor tile can work in just about any room, not just entranceways and bathrooms.

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3. Polished Concrete

Yes, it’s a thing. As part of a new indoor style of design, polished concrete floors are quickly finding a home in today’s modern decor themes. Perfect for those whose lives are surrounded by technology, this flooring choice is adding a more futuristic feel to the home of the young up-and-comer.

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4. Terrazzo

“Terrazzo” is the Italian word for terrace, and the material was originally invented in the 15th century in Venetia, Italy. It was originally made by exposing marble chips on the surface of concrete and then polishing until smooth. Today, tiles can be purchased to replicate the look and come in a variety of colors and patterns. Offering a chic and classic feel, this durable flooring choice creates a stand-out look in kitchens, bathrooms, entryways and hallways.

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5. Soft Stripes in Neutral Shades

Although most homeowners and designers are opting for hardwood or tile floors, carpet is still the choice of many who love warmth and comfort underfoot. Woolen carpets with a striped gray, tan, or white design are definitely turning heads. When paired with a textured wallpaper or abstract wall décor, the impact can be quite dramatic.

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6. Bright, Colorful Rugs

Rugs can be imagined as a work of art for the floor. Get rid of the neutral tones and dark hues; instead, go with something that pops! Chromatic and rainbow designs are getting big ground play, but solid colors are still in as long as it’s bright. Don’t be afraid to go bold!

 

 

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