2023 flooring trends to get excited about
Here at Carpet Design and Flooring in Liverpool, we’re very much a traditional family business that our clientele know and trust. With that said, traditional doesn’t mean stuffy, and we’re fully up to date with the latest trends in flooring and floor design. If you’re looking to upgrade any of the floors in your home this year, please read on to discover just a few of the key trends set to bring style, comfort and durability for 2023.
2023 is still in its infancy, and we’re seeing plenty of new (and some rediscovered) trends in flooring. The following are just a few of our favourites. If you need further advice or inspiration, please get in touch with our friendly team or visit our showroom and explore our vast range.
Did you know that the herringbone flooring pattern dates back as far as Ancient Rome? Later, it was popularised in 16th-century France and became a symbol of luxury and style. In 2023, herringbone has made a stylish comeback you won’t want to miss. Best of all, you can create this stunning pattern in real wood, laminate flooring and even vinyl options, with the latter being particularly user-friendly and easy to maintain.
As with previous years, 2023 interiors are, once again, very much about neutral shades that can go with anything. However, this year’s hygge-style trend is focused on warmer tones. Blame the cooler weather of recent months or our overall love of Mediterranean styles, but flooring this year seems set to trend towards beige and cream tones. Whether you’re looking for warm-hued laminate, wood, vinyl, or even carpet, we stock a vast range from a host of highly regarded manufacturers.
Another notable trend is flooring with plenty of character – think floors that showcase stunning vintage wood grains or unusual tiling patterns. There are plenty of options in both laminate and vinyl flooring that really embrace this 2023 trend. Old-style wood grains and unusual visual finishes such as faux concrete, in particular, are very much on-trend. Picture a cosy kitchen with some vintage-style floors or an ultra-modern, minimalist study with what appears to be a concrete floor.
What do you think of these newest styles? Will you incorporate some contemporary finishes in your new flooring choices or will you go with the tried-and-tested option? Whatever your preferences, at Carpet Design and Flooring, we’re happy to talk you through the perfect flooring options for your home.