7 Flooring Choices that Help Your Home Make a Statement in 2016

Dressing up your home or office goes far beyond paint and furniture choices, and flooring is one aspect of interior design that often gets overlooked when you’re planning the perfect space. While it may seem like functionality is the only consideration for picking out flooring, don’t underestimate the impact that it can have on the overall design!

Here are the Top 7 Flooring Materials that Help Transform and Enliven Your Space:

  1. Larger Tiles – Whether you prefer simple patterns or intricate ones, large-format tiles are becoming the new go-to for statement design schemes. Available in sizes that range from 12×24 inches to 36×36 inches, these tiles are easier to maintain, since there is less grouting to clean.They also look unique and luxurious in any area, especially when you don’t overdo the rest of the furnishings and décor.larger titles
  1. Reclaimed/Distressed Wood – Distressed surfaces have been in vogue for a while now, and they’re here to stay. Accentuate the classic hand-hewn feel of these floors with metallic or colorful furniture and accessories, and you’ll have the perfect blend of modern and vintage to show off in your home.Remember, factory-made flooring with reclaimed wood tends to be more durable and finished than wood floors finished in place after being installed.wooden flooring
  1. Updated Concrete – Along with being a very cost-effective and durable choice for flooring, concrete is highly versatile and works with practically any décor scheme. The only disadvantage is that it can be uncomfortable to walk on, but is available in varied textures, colors and finishes, allowing you to enjoy statement floors within a budget.concrete flooring
  2. Engineered Bamboo – Dried bamboo is as hard as many popular hardwood floors, sometimes even more so, and this makes it a great choice for attractive flooring. No longer restricted to thin-plank styles of the past, bamboo has today been engineered into both wide-plank and strand-woven designs that are strong and beautiful.Use it in areas that won’t bring it in contact with water, since even engineered bamboo is susceptible to water damage.Bamboo FLooring
  1. Finished Cork – Other than the fact that it’s a lot more comfortable to walk on than tiles, concrete, and hardwood, cork is available in various colors and finishes to suit different interior design schemes. Cork flooring is vulnerable to damage from water and may fade with exposure to sunlight, so using it in bathrooms and kitchens is best avoided.If you’re using cork for flooring, make it the main attraction by keeping other accessories and furniture minimal.Cork-Flooring
  1. Cut-and-Loop Carpeting – Patterned carpets are becoming the next big interior design trend, and cut-and-loop carpets are quickly replacing shag carpeting and friezes. Crafted with a combination of open loops and cut ones, as well as newer carpet pad and fiber technology, these carpets can be found in a mind-boggling array of patterns.Working with a global sourcing agent can open up access to a wider range of carpet styles and designs, so you can find the perfect fit.carpet Flooring
  1. Classic Hardwood – While there’s a lot to be said for newer and trendier flooring materials, there’s no way to go wrong with hardwood. American hardwoods like maple, oak, hickory and heart pine are sourced from sustainable forests and are durable enough to last you for years.When it’s a matter of dressing up your home and making a style statement, you really can’t beat the warmth of wood.classic wooden flooring

When you’re shopping for new flooring, hire an experienced sourcing partner like Excella Global. We can help you find what you need at the right price, as well as handle the nitty-gritty of procuring products on your behalf.

Contact us to discuss your requirements today!

Shruti Agarwal

Shruti Agrawal is the Managing Director of Excella Global. Her electronics engineering background encourages her to be on the lookout for ways to challenge and disrupt business models to make them better. She has a keen eye for architecture and design paired with the ability of recognizing trends that work, which allows her to put forward value for her readers in the content she creates. Her experience in the procurement and sourcing industry only adds to this.

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