Most Popular Flooring Trends In 2018

Dated: June 7 2018

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Flooring is one of the best ways to give your home an update. Today there are moreinnovative and durable options for floors than ever before. 2018 design trends are seeing awide variety of new materials and styles which can interest and warmth while providing amuch longer lifecycle than ever before. Here are a few of the most popular flooring products:• Fumed Wood Flooring: Unlike stained wood, a fuming treatment allows the grain tocolor through an ammonia treatment. This gives the wood a rich color with less damage.• Bleached and Blanched Wood: Cool toned wood accents are back and beautiful.• Reclaimed and Distressed Wood• Concrete Tiles: Tiles which mimic wood and stone which are more durable• Textured Tile• Vintage Black and White TilesUnlike the past few decades which found home after home filled with dark granitecountertops and cherry wood floors, 2018 design trends celebrate the individual taste. With somany options available, every home owner will find a product to enhance their personal styleand home.

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Tolechia Lane

I purchased my first home as a single mother in my early 20's, so I know the fears, the anxiety and the financial responsibility that comes with such a large purchase. But I also know the pride, joy a....

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