Flooring Trends 2022: Top 8 Most Practical Ideas To Choose From

Flooring Trends 2022: Top 8 Most Practical Ideas To Choose From

 

Flooring trends for 2022 will be slightly different than in the past. The primary materials you can use will be improved versions of what you have used in the past. They will be offered at various prices and quality. You will even be able to find some options that are more eco-friendly than others. What is known for sure is that by 2025 annual sales will reach an increase of 20.25% or more.

What that means for you is that you will have more options that align with the new flooring trends for 2022. Let’s jump in and peek at the “in” thing for this year and the years to come.

  1. Hardwood – Hardwood floors will never go out of style. In fact, out of the other flooring choices, it is always one of the most sold products year after year. The primary trend with hardwood is that lighter tones will give way to darker tones, mainly within the shades of brown, with a few more on the black side. The soft tones and textures of the past will be replaced with darker, more obscure wood that fits nicely into any home.
  2. Rugs – You will see even more throw rugs used throughout houses, especially those with tile or wood flooring as their primary options. In the significant walkways, runners will be placed, and anywhere that heat needs to be trapped, such as the bathroom, you can add any type and design of throw rug.
  3. Carpets – They have to be one of the most common types of flooring used, and they will continue to be so. The change you will see is the reduction of the carpet we all know for ones made of natural fibers. Wool, jute, sisal, and seagrass will be the most common trends this year and in the future.
  4. Hybrids – Hybrid floors will begin to replace hardwood, and stone, flooring. Hybrids are made of a combination of wood and vinyl, making them much better than both. You can also get a water-resistant coating on top of it to protect against children and fur babies and a layer to prevent water or moisture from damaging the pieces.
  5. Tile – Tile is a material that will never go away because it can be used in more areas than just the floor. Many countertops, backsplashes, and showers are created with various styles and sizes of tile. The emerging trend in this category is the look-alike tiles. The ones that look like the natural versions, such as marble and stone that cost much more than tile flooring.
  6. Vinyl – Long vinyl planks have always been popular with DIYers around the nation because they are so easy to install. They also come in any design that you want to mimic. The change you will see this year is the increase in herringbone and chevron styles, making the floor more original and modern.
  7. Cement – You have probably already noticed that many bigger chain stores have converted their floor to concrete slabs that can be dyed to match any color. They can also be designed in smaller sections to give you a more tile-like look. Over the next few years, you will also see this material used in private homes more often.
  8. Linoleum – Linoleum is one of the most cost-effective ways to cover the floors in large areas that do not have a ton of changes in the width of the walls. This material has received some upgrades through the years due to improved technology. The trends for linoleum are the same as you will see in tiles.
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Trends change just about every year, but you can see that they are small for the most part. Sometimes, though, you will see some significant changes, like in the hardwood sector of the flooring industry.

People have been opting for lighter, softer tones for many years, but now old-school designs have come into play. Darker, more brown colors are in high demand, and anything unique and not bland.

Ayhan Fletcher

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