Six Hardwood Flooring Trends for 2017

Interior design involves more than just paint colours and furniture. Your flooring can also be a beautiful and luxurious extension of your home’s style and décor. From wide plank hardwood flooring, to ash and white oak hardwood flooring, to oiled hardwood floors, the right flooring can make a stylish statement in your home. If you’re looking to update your hardwood flooring, we’ve collected the top six trends for hardwood floors in Toronto.

Wide Planks

Wide plank hardwood flooring gives the illusion of a larger space by adding a feeling of expansiveness to your home. Wide planks are usually longer than narrower planks, which means there are fewer breaks in your flooring. Wide plank hardwood flooring can also be installed horizontally, diagonally, and vertically, depending on your style and the effect you want to create.

Terra Collection

Mid-Tone Hardwood

Darker and cooler wood tones are still on-trend in 2017. Mid-tone hardwood flooring makes a bold and sophisticated statement, compared to the simple and clean feel provided by lighter-hued floors. If your style leans more towards elegant than bohemian, mid-tone hardwood flooring throughout your home will make it look luxurious and grand, no matter the size.

Mid Tone Hardwood Flooring

Atelier Oreal

 

 

 Atelier Alpen Hardwood Flooring

Atelier Alpen

 

Terra Collection

Terra Collection

Grey Hardwood

Grey has been a trendy shade in the fashion industry for several years, and its popularity has spilled into the world of interior design. Grey hardwood flooring looks modern and unique, yet simultaneously classic. The grey stain used over the hardwood also emphasizes the wood’s natural grooves and grain patterns, which adds an interesting texture and charm to your floors.

Terra | Ash Castle Grey

Terra | Ash Castle Grey

 

Soho Ash Dusky Grey

Soho | Ash Dusky Grey

Rustic Charm

Everything old is new again. In 2017, consumers are looking to reclaim the old-world charm of hardwood flooring with ‘imperfect’ finishes, like ash and white oak hardwood flooring, to create a rustic feel. This style of flooring creates a lovely vintage appeal to your home.

Atelier Collection

Atelier Collection

Matte Oil Finish

While glossy finishes were trendy for many years, matte finishes are quickly gaining popularity. Matte hardwood flooring finishes show off the natural look, texture of flooring, and has the added benefit of hiding dust and damage better than glossy finishes

Atelier Collection

Atelier Collection

Texture

Textured flooring is achieved through hand scraping and wire brushing techniques. It creates a unique artisanal feel throughout your home, as each plank will look slightly different. Distressed hardwood flooring provides homes with a warm, lived-in feel that many homeowners love.

Hardwood Floors in Toronto

Atelier Collection

 

European Flooring provides our customers with trendy and luxurious hardwood floors in Toronto. Our selection includes wide plank hardwood flooring, white oak hardwood flooring, oiled hardwood floors, and more! Visit our designer showroom in Toronto to see our wide selection of high quality hardwood flooring. Our knowledgeable customer service experts will help you choose the best flooring for your style and needs. We also offer our valued customers professional hardwood installation services. Visit our website and contact us to find out how European Flooring can help make your home an even more beautiful place.

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