5 more top flooring trends for 2018

Cork

Natural cork flooring is very versatile and hard-wearing; it is normally available in a deep golden-brown colour but is now also available in a variety of colours including the most popular flooring colour: grey. It is a popular eco-friendly material, with the only draw-back being the problem of durability in a busy household with children and pets.

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Terrazzo

Terrazzo, deriving from the Latin word ‘terra ‘, means ground and will give any room that artisan look. It provides a very durable floor and is ideal for high-traffic areas such as hallways and lobbies. Terrazzo is made of embedded chips of glass, marble, granite or quartz and is available in any design or colour you can wish for including abstract decorative designs. Once sealed Terrazzo it is impervious to water and can, therefore, be used in interior and exterior applications, and is ideal for bathrooms and kitchens.

Rugs

Brightly coloured rugs are seeing a resurgence in popularity with all the vibrant rainbow shades being most favoured. Bold geometric designs give the wow factor to an otherwise plain room.

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Wide plank

Wide plank laminate flooring https://www.woodfloorwarehouse.co.uk/laminate-flooring.html provides a classic style that more householders are leaning towards, achieving an authentic smartness you cannot get with narrow-panel flooring.

Porcelain planks

Designed to mimic natural wood, porcelain planks allow you to have a wood-look floor in your bathroom or areas where water is a problem. They are attractive and durable flooring options thanks to being versatile, functional and anti-slip.