From the Blog
With only a few months left in 2021, this is the perfect time to look at upcoming trends for the new year. Throwing out bold primary palettes and ocean hues, 2022 is showing a more muted color palette focusing more on accent colors or have a "pop of color" in the home. Décor trends are showing a softer look with more rounded shapes and less sharp designs.
So far, there is about 3 different color palettes trending. Warm neutral tones with some pops of green or dark blue to bring in a bit of nature since the pandemic has kept everyone inside. On the other hand, another popular color palette trend is beige with white mixed throughout and interesting texture brought in to keep your room from looking flat. The final color palette is "inverted contrasts" which means having light walls, furniture, and cabinets but having dark flooring, ceilings, and hardware.
Even with dark floors coming into trend, the popularity of light wood flooring is staying with us when we come into 2022. As well as geometric and herringbone patterns are coming back for the new year. With having a neutral color palette, the geometric patterns will be the centerpiece of your home.
All these new flooring trends can be found here in our vast collections of hardwood, vinyl, and laminate flooring!
- Emily FM
Kahrs Woodloc 5S makes installing hardwood floors quick and easy. It is a glue-less joint locking system with the strongest joints on the market today. Easy to install, no clean up needed, and ready to use right after installation!
Classic Nouveau , Original Founders, Scandinavian Naturals, Original American Naturals, Original Harmony is just some collections that have the Woodloc 5S system.
- Emily FM
When putting in hardwood, laminate flooring or luxury vinyl it is important to use the right underlayment. Floating floors can be loud from the foot traffic, but it can be damped with underlayment. Underlayment can keep floors comfortable. It helps keep your floor warm and it acts as a cushion. It will also even out minor imperfections in the subfloor. Some flooring now comes with an attached pad.
- Jenna FM