Gray: The New Neutral
With its clean and understated elegance, gray is the new neutral and this spring's most stylish, new color trend. Already a stylish look for furnishings, walls, and home accessories, grey has also emerged as the must-have blot for floors. And it's no surprise. This versatile hue provides a fashionable and contemporary appearance which works well in casual and coastal settings. Whether you pick weathered oak, heavy charcoals, or silvered browns, gray floors will give your home a fresh new look that's both timeless and timely.
While gray is the fastest growing new trend, it's not the only colour that continues to impress. Vibrant reds, ebony browns, and other bold flooring hues and patterns remain a noteworthy style this season. These colours work especially well when showcasing light cabinetry or furniture, including a pleasing contrast and sudden punch of design. You are going to find a memorable look for your house that defines your personality rather than distracting from it.
Color is not the only trend to consider when updating your home with new floors. Texture is also an important component that could really have an impact. A fantastic way to have the look is with distressed flooring. There are lots of distressed designs to choose from, including handscraped, wirebrushed and French emphasise, each with their own distinctive, time-worn allure. This subtle weathering and aging exposes the rich wood grain making a floor with both casual allure and on-trend sophistication.
Wide Plank Flooring
Like distressed floors, wide plank flooring fuse historical layout with new style that has been a popular option for homeowners. Inspired by the craftsmanship of yesteryear, wide planks are a unifying of trend and tradition that will add character to any room. Wide planks have an eclectic attractiveness and work well in just about any setting.
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