Four current hardwood flooring trends
You?ll never go wrong with a wood flooring installation! These floors are natural and add warmth and charm to any space.
They never go out of style, but there will be some tweaks periodically. These overhauls, too, are timeless and will never go out of date.
Light colors are back!
Blond, caramel, gray, white, and whitewashed floors change the interior design. They can be contemporary or traditional and coordinate with almost anything.
Need a compromise? Try honey/copper. It's light but warm.
Dark floors will always be in vogue. Today, they are deeper, richer, and even darker.
Visit our hardwood flooring company. You'll see all shades from brands like Bruce, BPI Prestige, Cali Bamboo, and more.
This is another version of hardwood. It's stable and better able to handle water.
On the surface, the engineered floor looks solid. However, you'll still get beautiful wood floors with raised grains, swirls, knots, undertones, and textures.
The difference is the construction underneath. Engineered is layered with the wood placed in a crosswise position.
American-grown and harvested
This is a take on the current trend to buy local. The trend has now moved into home decor and improvement. This is so whether it's engineered or solid hardwood flooring.
It encompasses all parts of the manufacturing process. This includes machinery and accessories.
Wood flooring unique arrangements
Both versions can be placed horizontally, vertically, and diagonally. There are also random width and herringbone layouts.
Random width is especially ideal for those whose room is too narrow to accommodate a wider width. Groups of planks of three widths are used to create designs that often visually elongate and widen spaces.
Flooring inspiration in Houston
Locally owned, family-operated, and decades of experience. This makes Floor Inspirations the ideal choice whether you're shopping for hardwood flooring or some other surface.
Visit our showroom in Houston, TX. You'll be glad you came in! We work on projects of all sizes in Katy, Bunker Hill Village, Sugar Land, and Memorial.