Wooden Flooring Trends for 2018

Wooden flooring is still huge in 2018. It’s a great looking and practical choice. We have wooden flooring all over the downstairs of our house and in the children’s rooms too. It’s the perfect choice for a family home because it’s hard wearing and easy to clean. If you are thinking about putting in some wooden flooring this year here are some wooden flooring trends that are going to be big in 2018.

Slate Grey Floors

Solid oak flooring is great quality and looks very effective. It’s also a great economical choice as it’s not too expensive and easy to lay. It comes in lots of different colours too so you can have it in trendy slate grey. Grey is still going to be big in 2018, it’s classic and goes well with neutral colour schemes and hides marks well.

engineered oak grey

 

Herringbone flooring

Herringbone flooring is making a big comeback and it’s easy to see why. If you choose engineered oak flooring with a herringbone design it looks like the much more expensive parquet flooring you get in period properties and it can add great texture and character to your home, especially if you have a modern house. The shape of the herringbone is particularly striking and it makes a great design feature.

Layers

Wooden flooring doesn’t have to be cold or bare, layer it up with a trendy rug or two to create texture and warmth and add a bit of colour. You can also change up the rugs to get different looks.

Dark colours

Dark wood is making a comeback too. Dark floors the colour of molasses give an sense of drama and add depth to a room. They make a change from the white neutral themes we have seen in the last few years too.

If you are looking for some great wooden flooring options do check out nexusflooring.co.uk they have some great options at great prices.

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Wooden Flooring Trends for 2018

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