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The Top Hardwood Flooring Trends for 2018

The top Hardwood Flooring Trends for 2018 are so easy on the eyes! You’re going to love to hear that hardwood floors remain ever popular. Because of their durability and long wear, homeowners remain in love with hardwood flooring this year.

Here are those top trends.

GREY IS OUT, GREIGE IS IN

Grey floors are losing popularity. Greige is overtaking the flooring industry. Because it’s slightly warmer than grey, it’s easier to work into your design.

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Move over gray! Greige replaces gray in flooring in 2018. | Photo: Matt and Jentry
What’s greige? It is gray with a drop of beige. Of course, the beige adds some warm tones to this look. | Photo: We Ship Floors

DARK, RICH COLORS COME OUT ON TOP

Just as in 2017, designers prefer dark over light colors. Because of their rich tones, they add a comforting warmth to any room.

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Dark, rich colors remain a hot flooring trend. They add depth to your design. | Photo: Hardwood Design Centre
When you install dark hardwood floors in the bedroom, you create a luxe feel. | Photo: Express Flooring

HARDWOOD FLOORING IS A KITCHEN FLOOR FAVORITE

You may be floored to hear this (pardon the pun)…  But homeowners everywhere are ditching the ceramic tile in favor of hardwoods.

Because of their durability, homeowners prefer hardwood in the kitchen in 2018. | Photo: Sebring Design Build
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Of course, hardwoods are a classic neutral that pair with any color scheme. | Photo: Flooring, Inc.

RUSTIC REMAINS RIGHT

Homeowners and designers alike are still loving the rustic look.

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Because of the ongoing love of rustic decor, flooring from reclaimed wood is a huge trend. Knots and distressed pieces of lumber only add to the charm! | Photo: Pinterest
Indeed, nail holes in reclaimed wood are considered desirable. | Photo: Archiexpo

SKIP THE CHEVRON PATTERNS AND CREATE CLEAN LINES

2016 and 2017 brought us chevron floors. Homeowners are falling out of love with these patterns and are returning to long, clean lines.

Chevron is over. Soar to new lengths with long runs of flooring to make your room appear open and larger. | Photo: Depth First Solutions
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Not only can long, straight lines make your room feel larger, they can also become the room’s focal point. | Photo: BSI Flooring

Whether you are shopping for a new floor, are interested in a total renovation, or building a new home, hardwood flooring is a great investment!

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