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By: Iruna
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When it comes to decorating your home, choosing a floor is a crucial step in achieving the stylish look you are looking for. Not only that, but buying a floor is also a financial investment, so you need to make sure that you will still be happy with your floor 20 years from now. With so many trends coming and going, choosing a timeless floor can be a tough choice. But fortunately, some trends stick around for a long time. To make your life easier and perhaps inspire you a little, this blog will explore 4 timeless flooring trends that never go out of style.

Floer Oak Parquet – White Oiled

Hardwood floors

Nothing beats the look of real oak and trust us, it will never go out of style. Hardwood floors remain a top choice for homeowners as they combine timeless elegance with durability. With so many different species, colours and finishes to choose from, you can customise your floor to suit your style and taste. Besides of the beauty of oak, with the right maintenance these floors can last for decades for you and even your children. What’s more, hardwood floors can be refinished. So if you think your floors need an upgrade, you can give them a touch-up and they will look as good as when you first installed them! And even if the floors do get a little scratched, think of it as adding to the character of the floor, giving the room a lived-in charm 😉.

Floer Herringbone Laminate – Untreated Oak

Neutral tones

Neutral tones are also one of the timeless flooring trends that are here to stay. This colour scheme is extremely versatile as it can be mixed and matched with different interior styles and preferences. Whether you prefer a minimalist or more bold decor, neutral floors act as a blank canvas, giving you endless opportunities to experiment with your interior. And even if you decide to change your interior style later on, you can be sure that your floors will still be relevant to any changes you make. So contrary to popular belief, neutral doesn’t mean boring. In fact, it can enhance your interior by allowing other design elements to take centre stage! And if you’re having trouble choosing a neutral floor, take a look at our blog where we discuss top 10 different type light floors.

Herringbone pattern

Ah, our beloved fish 🐟. You may have seen the herringbone pattern a lot in recent years, but it is actually as old as the Roman Empire. No, really. The builders of ancient Rome discovered that by laying bricks in a V-shape, they could create a more stable road. So this pattern is the very definition of timeless. Nowadays, it is still popular for its elegance and visual interest. Not only does it add a touch of luxury, it also creates a sense of movement that makes the room feel bigger. And who doesn’t want a bigger room? What’s more, this pattern can be achieved with different materials such as vinyl, laminate or wood, making it even more versatile. Check out our collection and discover all of them!

Floer Whalebone Vinyl – Cetus Cream

Vinyl floors

Last but not least, vinyl floors. Over the years, this type of flooring has become an extremely practical choice for homeowners. With the ability to replicate different materials such as stone or wood, vinyl flooring offers endless design possibilities without breaking the bank. Vinyl floors have also seen a number of developments during the years. For example, the new innovation of the MEGAMAT finish gives the floor an extremely low gloss effect. This gloss effect makes the floor super matt, which further enhances the realism of the replicated material. And of course, the fact that vinyl floors are extremely durable and scratch resistant is just the icing on the cake 🍰.

So there you have it – four timeless flooring trends that are here to stay. Whether you choose hardwood, neutral tones, herringbone or vinyl, these options offer both style and functionality that will withstand changing design trends. And if you are still not convinced, take a look at our inspiration page where you can see all these flooring trends in our customers’ homes!

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