4 Flooring Trends You Should Consider – JBG Tile & Contracting Ltd
JBG Tile & Contracting Ltd | 4 Flooring Trends You Should Consider
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Jan 01 2016

4 Flooring Trends You Should Consider

Flooring is one of the best ways to rejuvenate the look of your home.  With so many different varieties of flooring to choose from such as hardwood, laminate, or large format tiles, the possibilities are only limited by your imagination.  While it is often overlooked, your floors should not be ignored. You can easily transform your living space by creating a focal point or complimenting the current decor with a stylish floor.


Luxury Vinyl

It is no longer a flooring faux pas. Forget what you remember about vinyl floors. It has come a long way and has gained popularity in recent years. There are a number of manufacturers on the market that provide luxury vinyl tiles that mimic the look of real hardwood, stone and ceramic. It’s so realistic that you have to look twice to realize that it’s vinyl. For those that want to make a big impact with a more wallet friendly budget, luxury vinyl is definitely the way to go.



Green is in. Carpets have never been more environmentally friendly than it is today. Whether its natural fibers or recyclable nylon, you can find an assortment of colours and patterns that can liven up your living space. If you think it can’t get any better, technology has helped manufacturers make carpeting even softer and more luxurious.  Carpeting is easy on the feet, helps provide insulation in the winter and summer months (which cuts down your utility bills) and can help minimize sound. It’s definitely worth a look.



Design choices for hardwood flooring is also expanding. Richer tones. White washed. Gray tones. Dark tones. Wider planks. Recycled or reclaimed woods. It’s easy to find a style that will fit the overall look that you are trying to achieve.  Wood flooring is durable, easy to maintain and is a sought after feature that home buyers often look for when buying a house. Since there are not as many hiding spots that allows dust and pet dander to build up, allergy sufferers can breathe a sigh of relief.



Large format tiles (larger than the standard 12″ x 12″ size square) are getting a lot of attention these days.  Modular sizes (rectangular tiles such as 12″ x 24″) are also in high demand due to the versatility that it can provide when designing your dream space. New ceramic tile designs, like luxury vinyl, also come in prints that allow them to look like hardwoods, fabric or even concrete. Tiles in general are a great choice for those suffering from allergens as it is easy to maintain and clean. Providing that the tiles and the grout are sealed, tiles are the best against water.


With a large variety of flooring surfaces to choose from, you can experiment with different materials in order to find the best option that fits your budget and your lifestyle. Consider all of your options – style, durability, comfort and budget when choosing your floors.  Pick a surface that meets your needs as it plays a major role not only in the overall appearance but also the feel and functionality of your living space. By doing your homework ahead of time, you will be well on your way in transforming your living space into your dream space.

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