Top 5 floor­ing trends for 2018

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WEL­COM­ING a bright new year full of fresh colours, al­ter­na­tive and in­no­va­tive floor­ing styles for 2018. Here are our Top 5 Floor­ing Trends that will stand the test of time, keep you on trend but won’t break the bank!

1. Grey Wood Floor­ing

Of­fer­ing a unique, clean look that adds that mod­ern bright touch Grey Wood Floor­ing is per­fect for sea­side re­treats and county or farm­house style homes. It has been a re­oc­cur­ring trend in in­te­ri­ors for a long time of­fer­ing a neu­tral pal­ette and it is truly here to stay. Choose from Lam­i­nate, Vinyl op­tions or even wood ef­fect tiles and add some colour with your fur­ni­ture and rugs!

2. Bold Car­pet Colours

Even if it’s a small area, land­ing or stairs, a vivid car­pet colour can help make a bold state­ment in your home. It’s a fan­tas­tic way to add a touch of your per­son­al­ity to the space. Pat­tern and Per­sian rugs with stun­ning hand­made de­signs are a must have this sea­son. 3. Nat­u­ral Wood Ef­fect Tiles

Tile is one of the most durable floor­ing op­tion on the mar­ket and the new faux tile styles are the ul­ti­mate mas­ter in dis­guise which may make you be­lieve they are not even a tile at all. The nat­u­ral wood style gives the look of nat­u­ral wood with far more longevity and is now creep­ing into liv­ing spa­ces as well as bath­room set­tings. 4. Par­quet/Chevron Ef­fect Floor­ing

Par­quet hard­wood floors are made of solid wood pieces ar­ranged in geo­met­ric de­signs or unique pat­terns. The cost can be quite high, but why not go with some fan­tas­tic high qual­ity Vinyl’s where you can get the same ef­fect for half the price.

5. Wide Plank Floor­ing

Wood floor­ing re­mains very pop­u­lar, but trends are push­ing to­ward wider plank floors. Get this gor­geous ef­fect from the amaz­ing German en­gi­neered Mam­mut Lam­i­nate range which now of­fers ex­tra-wide pan­els adding a ma­ture, authen­tic look to your home.

Lead­ing the 2018 trends are grey wood floor­ing pic­tured above and in­set bold car­pet colour.

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