Most of 2018’s hottest flooring trends have little to do with the type of floor or color. It’s all about layout and design. Most people are moving away from traditionally laid floors and are now opting for custom patterns. Some people are getting more creative with their angles and patterns.
Instead of going for pure minimalist aesthetics, people are looking for a more textured cozier feel and patterns are a great way to create this texture. Some of the favorite trends may include large tiles and planks, hexagon shaped tiles and rugs with foliage inspired patterns. Nature and earthiness are also popular options.
Although customized layout and designs may look beautiful, they may be too expensive for some people. For example, having customized patterns and diagonal flooring may require more resources and time to install.
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Whether you choose the elegance of stone, the warmth of carpet, the patina of hardwoods or the modernity of concrete or any other type of floor for that matter, you should take your time and weigh the advantages and disadvantages of each option. However, if you end up making a regrettable choice, remember you can always put a rug over it. But if you’re not sure what type of floor would perfectly fit into your home’s décor, you may consider consulting with an interior designer.