Home interior trends begin with the fashion industry. Colors, patterns, and materials all hit the runway first before moving inside to home furnishings, paint, and floor coverings.
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Design ideas that bring warmth and comfort to a room. Think hardwoods, antiques, and unique, artisan-crafted pieces.
Design ideas inspired by nature. Think earthy tones, beach colors, and materials weathered by the sun, wind, and rain.
Design ideas that stimulate the senses. Think texture in everything from hand-scraped woods to distressed metals and mixed materials.
No home furnishing says “warmth and comfort” like a hardwood floor. Hardwood is a much-loved flooring choice for its ability to create a warm ambience and a unique feeling of home. With a luxurious selection of wood species, colors, and textures available, there’s a hardwood floor to complement every personal decorating style and room decor.
Trending colors in hardwood reflect the vivid hues and tones found in nature. These natural mid-tones are the new “neutral” – they bring the outdoors in and provide the design inspiration for a room.View Kennedale™ Prestige Plank
In addition to color and texture, board width also affects how a floor will look. The trend these days is to wide width planks in an exotic or domestic exotic wood species with a distinctive grain pattern. Wide widths feel more high-end and oh-so-stylish.View Legacy Manor™
Rustic wood looks are everywhere, which features include heavy graining, knots, and mineral streaks. Floors have a natural, rough look with a medium-to-low gloss and a durable finish for the demands of everyday living.
Nothing captures the rustic trend better than distressed or antiqued floors with their realistic textures and farmhouse-style wide width boards. This look pairs natural charm with casual comfort and works well in both contemporary and traditional settings.View Reserve™ Premium
Love of the ocean and beach living is driving this trend towards bleached and whitewashed looks and distinct patinas. These new looks are timeless and extraordinary at the same time.View Reserve™ Premium
Salvaged wood from old barns, bridges, and early 19th century structures is a popular flooring trend. Dramatic, new styles in laminate make it possible to get the look of reclaimed wood more affordably.View Architectural Salvage™