Flooring trends 2019

Are you considering replacing your floors in 2019 for a brand new year look? There are many factors to consider. First, are your existing floors old and damage or still in considerably good conditions? If replacing your flooring is the 1st on your to-do list, consider whether a durable lasting one or one that matches the look & feel you want. To help you make the best decision possible, we rounded up some of our favourite flooring trends of 2018 that will still shine in 2019. You may be calling us the next minute you finish reading this article!

Hardwood Floors

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Your floors may originally hardwood that is still in good condition but just lacking a nice coat of paint to let it look brand new. Give it a new coat of paint before you decide to rip it out. Sometimes, a simple coat of glossy black or white can add a whole new feel to your space. What’s more, it’s more cost effective.

Hexagon Tiles

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Trendy hexagon tile is a vintage look that’s new again, making it a great fit for old-home updates and new homes alike. It’s a unique shape but is simple enough to blend into a design. And the variations are endless. Hex tile is available in ceramic, porcelain, natural stone, and even wood, as well as in a variety of sizes.

Vinyl Tiles

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Forget what you think you know about hardwood flooring trends—the most popular (and most beautiful) style of the moment is vinyl tiles. It’s elegant, it warms up your space thanks to the natural wood grains, and looks stately and low-maintenance. If you have one flooring investment to make, this is it.

Herringbone/ Chevron

 

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Another popular option—is to lay it out in a herringbone or chevron pattern. An extraordinary technique that was also frequently used in the great halls of Versailles adds a touch of prestige to any room, in which it becomes a work of art in its own right.

Cement Concrete

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A sealed and properly maintained concrete floor can last indefinitely. Even in commercial applications, concrete can survive under high-traffic conditions for many decades. If you want durable, chic flooring that’s easy to keep up, look no further than concrete floors.

At Floor Xpert, we cover all your flooring needs with the latest trends. Contact or visit us to find out more.

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