Patterned Flooring Trends

Is your home décor missing that special something?

When it comes to decorative flooring, many homeowners are quick to buy expensive reclaimed wood or delicate area rugs requiring special care, but what if you could dramatically increase your floor’s visual appeal by simply creating a pattern? 

Patterned flooring designs are one of 2020’s top interior design trends and here are a few of our favorite ideas for creative flooring patterns to get you inspired.

Chevron & Herringbone Patterns

Hardwood floors installed in either a Herringbone or Chevron pattern are at the front of the pack when it comes to modern flooring trends. These simple decorative patterns can dramatically transform utilitarian spaces like kitchens, hallways, and bathrooms into comfortable and inviting places inside your home. 

If you’re weary about installing authentic hardwood in a kitchen or bathroom, Dan’s Wholesale Carpet and Flooring carries plenty of laminate and vinyl products that can achieve the same trendy patterned look as hardwood with the added benefit of built-in water resistance and a lower price tag.

Hexagon Tiles

Hexagon-shaped tiles are popping up in remodeled kitchens, bathrooms, and even living rooms; and the visual appeal is stellar. Previously used mostly for backsplashes, these eye-popping geometric tiles work as accent pieces in almost any setting, and their roundness softens the rigid look of hard 90-degree angles in a room. A popular use of hexagon tiles is to create smooth and wavy transitions between rooms in what’s called a “trickling” pattern. 

Tile Inlays – Mix & Match!

Another decorative flooring pattern seeing a creative resurgence in 2020 is the tile inlay. Tiles inlaid in hardwood floors are a popular choice for transitioning between one material and the other and an entire floor done in this method is a bold and breathtaking statement of your interior design style. 

If you’d prefer to stick with the same type of material, mixing and matching complimentary tile designs to create a unique pattern is a popular choice. Checkerboards, basket weaves, stripes, triangle cut inlays, and contrasting headers are just a few of the attractive interlocking flooring patterns we’ve seen. 

Do you have an idea for a unique flooring design? Our flooring experts can’t wait to hear it! 

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