As 2022 draws close to an end, it’s crazy to think that a new year is just around the corner. At Frank’s we’re always keeping up to date with the latest interior trends, so we’re taking a look at the most significant flooring trends set to hit homes in 2023.
Interior design trends shape how we decorate and style our homes. That being said, it’s easy to follow a trend but putting your stamp on it and sprinkling it with some individuality is what really sets your home apart from others.
So, let’s take a look at the flooring trends we suspect will be popular in the new year!
A much-loved trend in 2022, we still expect that herringbone will stick around in 2023 and transform many more homes up and down the UK.
That being said, we think that chevron flooring will take the limelight in particular. A unique option for any home, it creates a stunning zig-zag aesthetic that looks effortlessly stylish and shows off each plank beautifully; whether LVT or hardwood.
The beauty of hardwood laid in this style is that, when cared for and maintained properly, it will last for decades. The longevity makes it a highly sustainable and cost effective choice for homeowners.
Neutral colours have been a popular choice in homes for decades and will continue to be for years to come due to their versatility. Neutral flooring allows you to change other design aspects in your home with ease, including wall colour and accessories.
Homes with neutral decor have a soft, cosy feel that make them comfortable and relaxing to spend time in.
Geometric pattern is another flooring design that isn’t going anywhere in the foreseeable future. At Frank’s we have a wide range of geometric flooring to choose from to give your home an individual look and appearance, without going overboard.
Pops of colour
Depending on your style preferences, too much colour in the home can be overbearing and too loud. Therefore interjecting small pops of colour is the best route to go down.
Consider adding some brightly coloured rugs to your flooring to give the room some personality and also serve as a protector for your carpet or hardwood floors.
In recent years, being sustainable has become more important for homeowners as they become aware that their buying choices affect the environment.
Therefore, to help reduce carbon footprint, hardwood flooring and natural plant-based carpets are becoming increasingly popular.
Pop down to your local Frank’s and we’ll be happy to help you find the perfect flooring for your home in 2023.