Explore the Flooring Trends of 2022
A new year means a fresh start for you and your home. Refresh your interior design this year with 2022’s flooring trends.
As we enter the new year, let’s reflect on what flooring trends were popular in 2021. Last year was a great year for faux flooring. Many homeowners chose flooring of medium brown hues with finishes ranging from ebony to driftwood. Some adventurous homeowners even used wood-look tile as an alternative to hardwood flooring. Embracing the quirks of natural wood was a popular trend that may extend into the new year. Homeowner seem to enjoy the cozy aesthetic and more natural feel. Use these projected flooring trends as flooring inspiration for your 2022 home revamp.
Wood Flooring with Stronger Color and Grains
This trend could extend 2021’s appreciation for wood grain imperfections. Consider a smoky hardwood flooring option, such as our waterproof PARAMOUNT KEYSTONE ROCK flooring, to incorporate a rustic, more natural feel into your home.
For a darker style, try our exceptionally durable SHAW TIVOLI 534 to warm up your space with rustic visuals in a range of character-driven hues with accent bevels for a dimensional design.
Bleached wood offers a lighter, softer look than traditional wood flooring. We recommend this option if you want to brighten up your space while giving you the freedom to explore a variety of styles and decorative elements.
If bleached wood is right for you, try our PARAMOUNT KEYSTONE BRUSHED solid surface waterproof floor. It’s ten times more impact resistant than other flooring and is guaranteed not to chip or crack after installation.
Our Endura Plus – Lighthouse style is an innovative, waterproof flooring that brings warmth and comfort to any room.
For the adventurous spirit, graphic tiles may be the choice for you. Liven up your home with unique color, patterns, and design by using colorful tiles as a slip-resistant, easy-to-clean alternative to traditional hardwood flooring. Tile floors are also optimal for underfloor heating as they are a good heat conductor and are the most hygienic option as tile does not store dust, hair, or allergens – making it a great option for pet owners.
As we move forward in 2022, it will be exciting to see what new technologies and the year will bring to the world of interior design and flooring.