2020 Flooring Trends
A new year, and with that, a new decade, make for the perfect opportunity to embrace change for the better. The surroundings in your home are an ideal starting point for maximizing your potential.
But what do you do if you want to improve your home, but aren’t sure exactly what you want, or how to go about it?
There’s no better place to start than from the ground up: with flooring. If you’re not an interior designer or someone who’s not particular about aesthetics, here are some trends, both broad and narrow, that can make your home’s canvas pop in 2020:
Do you prefer the simple things in life? Constructing a minimalist style with black and white tiles or all white or light wood will make your floor stand out without being distracting. It also creates a connection to nature by featuring organic shapes and natural tones. An added bonus is sustainability with the use of natural wood or recycled textiles.
Go bold! On the other end of the spectrum, Carpet Bonanza has an array of colors and eclectic touches for carpet, hardwood, rugs, tiles and stones, and laminate. In a social media age, standing out isn’t just key — it’s a must.
Aging in place is becoming more common for older homeowners, so taking precautions to focus on safety is a necessity. Vinyl or linoleum are optimal choices in terms of durability, but Carpet Bonanza’s products include slip-resistant hardwood, along with tile and low pile carpeting.
Engineered hardwood flooring
Striking a balance between being economical and sustainable can be a tough line to walk, but engineered hardwood flooring fits the bill while creating a stylish appearance. Maintain it properly, even while keeping an eye toward the environment when finishing with nontoxic wax or oil, and it can boost your home’s value exponentially.
Waterproof vinyl plank flooring
It’s essential for kitchen and bathroom floors to be able to stand up to moisture. Luxury vinyl plank flooring checks the two most important boxes for those rooms — it’s durable and water-resistant. It also works for the budget-conscious homeowner without sacrificing a stylish look.