Bring Spring into your Home – Flooring Trends for Spring 2015

Posted on 16th March 2015

As we say goodbye to winter and welcome in the Spring, there are lots of new decorating trends to consider as a homeowner/landlord. If you’re looking to refurbish your home this season, one decorating trend that is really making the headlines is that of grey flooring. Have a look at these flooring trends for Spring 2015 to see how to take advantage of this trend and make your decorating style stand out.

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Combine the natural grain of oak hardwood with grey for a stylish result.

 Oak Patterns
If you are looking to refurbish your home and ditch the carpet for hardwood flooring, why not follow the trend and  opt  for oak patterned grey flooring? Although it may sound an unusual choice, oak’s natural grain pattern  combined with  the cool grey tones really does add a touch of elegance to modern and contemporary styled rooms.

 Bamboo

Bamboo flooring has become a major player in hardwood options. It is an incredibly durable, eco-friendly and  sustainable form of hardwood flooring. They are also very popular because they give a stunning look to any room  and  can be adapted to any decorating style. Bamboo itself can be dyed into many colours i.e. grey to ensure your  home has  an innovative and chic interior design that is most certainly on trend.

Grey stone-effect tiles

Stone-effect flooring works very well with traditional decor.

 Stone-Effect Flooring 

For those homeowners/landlords that are not a fan of hardwood flooring,  there is always stone. Grey is a natural stone  colour, so grey flooring in a stone-effect fits in perfectly with traditional décor as well as a more contemporary interior  design. This style of flooring looks particularly great in kitchens, hallways or living rooms.

Marmoleum flooring is available in a range of tiles and colours and its corners/borders can be added to match the style of your room.

 

 Marmoleum

Marmoleum is a natural product, that is highly durable and 100%  biologically degradable. It is a great choice of flooring for families  and to  those with allergies as it has been awarded a Seal of  Approval by the  British Allergy Foundation, it has natural  bactericidal properties and  is  dust-mite free. There is no compromise on looks either as it is available  in a range of colours, patterns and  textures, with decorative elements that can be added to create a look  that’s sure to wow.

 Grey Hardwood Flooring
There is always vinyl flooring to consider as well, such as Amtico which gives you the flexibility to  create  individual designs for any room. Whether you opt for hardwood, stone or vinyl flooring, there  is something  very  elegant and fresh about grey flooring that has broken the interior design world this season.

If in doubt, speak to a professional to help pick out the best flooring option for your home. We at Russdales are always ready to help.

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