Gray has quickly become the most popular trend, not only for floors, but also for kitchens and homes in general. Designers have also started to mix gray with other neutral tones such as beige, creating popular greige tones that match any style. When you enter a house, the floor is one of the first interior design elements that catches your eye. From terrazzo floors in the 1970s to the medium-tone hardwood used today, it's clear that flooring trends come and go just like many other facets of interior design.
Carpet remains the leader in market share, accounting for more than 60 percent of retail flooring sales. The manufacturers' response to the domestic market stagnation has been to offer more fashion-oriented options at all prices. Luxury vinyl tile (LVT) floors come in a wide range of designs and styles, and are infinitely customizable. Because of its extremely durable wear layer, it is less prone to cracks, scratches and water damage, making it increasingly popular among homeowners.
For homeowners who want a luxurious look and a natural material, bamboo floors and traditional hardwoods will continue to be the go-to materials. Domestic trends tend to lean toward an authentic look and quality materials, so we expect these floors to continue to be immensely popular. We also forecast an increase in geometric floor patterns, such as V-shaped hardwood floors and herringbone.
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