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2015 Flooring Trends

February 3, 2015

 

A few weeks ago, we attended the annual international flooring market, Surfaces. We make time to go every year to see the latest in new products, flooring trends, and to get important updates about the industry. Flooring plays an important role in selling a listing – knowing what flooring styles and trends buyers are seeing in the media and looking for in the homes they’re buying will help you sell your listings even faster. Here are some of the trends CSC Floors feels will be most important to you, your sellers and your buyers in 2015:

 

Carpet – It’s Back, and Patterns are in Demand

Over the last few years, buyers preferred hard surfaces, such as wood and tile, over carpet; however in 2015, expect more of a balance between preferences for hard surfaces and the warmer, softer look and feel of carpet. This is great news for sellers since carpet is faster to install and generally less expensive than hard surfaces.

 

Patterned carpets are growing in popularity and design choices, and top designers are using these stylish carpets as the focal point of the room. Sellers will have to be careful, though, if they go with a patterned carpet since these can be highly subjective choices.

 

Faux Bois: Wood-Look Vinyl Plank, Laminate and Tile

Bois is the French word for wood, and wood-look vinyl plank, laminate and tile will all remain popular trends in 2015. Why? Style, ease of care, durability and affordability all land on the side of the faux bois products, which makes them an excellent choice for sellers or for buyers who are looking for bang for their buck.

 

Hardwood Floors Remain a Strong Preference, but Styles are A-Changin’

Colors

Although gray and greige (a blend of gray and beige) continue to be popular colors, warmer, darker colors are in to contrast the current trend of contemporary furnishings and (in kitchens) white cabinets.

 

Surprisingly, the 1980’s trend of whitewashed wood is making a comeback; however, we don’t recommend this for sellers since it’s not a mainstream trend just yet.

 

Style

Wider planks or a random wide/thin plank mixture creates a more modern feel for a room.

 

A mash up of vintage/distressed/reclaimed-looking wood and contemporary furniture is on the rise in 2015. This distressed finish also works well for busy families with lots of foot traffic.

 

Placement

Hardwood is becoming the buyers’ choice in kitchens (over tile), entryways and powder rooms.

 

Helping you and your sellers and buyers who need new flooring is our focus and specialty. We would love to work with you to reduce your listings’ days on market and bring in more buyers. Please contact us if you have a questions regarding flooring.

 

We’re here to help you sell!

 

Hank and Judy

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Hank and Judy Goldstein, Owners

CSC Floors

The Real Estate Flooring Experts

 

 

 

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