On Trend and On Budget
Laminate floor is going stronger than ever with exceptionally realistic looks replicating current trends in solid hardwood. It has still maintained its status as the staple go to wood flooring for residential use. With advancements in installation (newly generated click technology), and the ability to create a hand scraped and reclaimed wood look, laminate flooring now has the convenience and maintainability of a laminate with the resemblance and authenticity of a hardwood.
Fashion trends come and go, the world of flooring is no different. Already this year there have been some spectacular styles that have updated our showrooms and rippled through homes everywhere. These are trends that don’t seem to be going anywhere!!!
Whether it be a new home design or a current home renovation, if your focused on keeping your home up to date the following trends stand out as some “hot picks”. Not only do these floors fulfil your style needs they also factor in more practical considerations such as water resistance, durability and installation convenience.
‘GREY’ – the IT colour of floor
It surfaced as a popular trend last year, its versatility and neutral tones allow it to form as a base colour and as an ideal pair for a wide array design styles and colour palettes. Grey flooring eludes sophistication and class this more than makes up for its lack of warmth. It modernises and offers a beautifully clean option for homes. Our new Krono range highlights that this grey trend isn’t going anywhere with 5 out of 9 in the range possessing a grey hue of sorts. One stunning example is Timeworn Hammerwood, which has the perfect blend of beachy grey and charcoal grey tones, its V- grooves create a cosy look replicating that of a genuine solid hardwood floor.
Dark, Darker & Darkest
Cooler, darker tones are becoming increasingly popular; however, the extra dark variation seems to be a preference for many home homers. They are a great feature in rooms with an abundance of natural light alongside lighter coloured walls, and vividly coloured matts. Delicacy and elegance are gained through the stark contrast of the deep oak and a warm, well finished interior. One of our favourite examples of this is our Bluenote Oak, this dark Smokey oak possesses a blue hue different to anything we’ve offered before… its results are sure to be quite stunning.
Real Wood Look Without the Real Wood Price Tag
With many home owners wanting a real wood rustic feel to their home its useful that the laminate flooring industry has mastered the art of replicating solid hardwood… the Coffee House Oak feels virtually indistinguishable from real hardwood. It has a real authentic wood effect due to the stunning shades and grain markings. It will transform your home into an ultra-stylish, modern and fresh-looking environment.