2018 has brought with it a number of exciting kitchen flooring trends. This year, homeowners are looking for comfortable, easy-to-clean, fun flooring options that uniquely fit their own taste and style. Floor Coverings International Triad is here for all of your flooring needs. So whether you’re in love with the trends of 2018, or are a flooring rebel, our experts can help you to design the kitchen of your dreams.
Vinyl flooring has become increasingly popular as a way to get the look of hardwood or natural stone without the cost and requisite level of upkeep. Completely water resistant, vinyl will not warp or otherwise become damaged by spills or leaking dishwashers. Vinyl flooring is also dent and scratch resistant, which will help it to hold up well against the high levels of foot traffic that kitchens tend to see. With an unlimited number of ways to customize vinyl flooring, homeowners are enjoying creating unique flooring that will perfectly fit their home.
Opposite Ends of the Spectrum
This year, homeowners are taking their color scheme to extremes, selecting colors that fall on opposite ends of the spectrum. For hardwood, homeowners are either choosing dark, rich woods like Brazilian Cherry, or they are opting to paint their wood white or light gray. Dark or light, this is the year for making a statement with your kitchen flooring.
Herringbone & Chevron
With wood-look flooring standing out as a popular flooring trend for 2018, many homeowners are looking for ways to jazz up their space with their wood-look laminate, luxury vinyl plank, or actual hardwood. As such, hardwood flooring laid out in a herringbone or chevron pattern has been popular thus far. These two similar patterns create a zigzag effect that brings visual interest to your space and can help make your kitchen look bigger than it is.
Give Us A Call in Triad
Ready to get started? Give Floor Coverings International Triad a call to speak with one of our flooring experts. We provide free, in-home design consultations to residents in the Winston-Salem, Greensboro, High Point, and surrounding areas. We look forward to hearing from you!
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