3 Modern Floor Choices for 2021 and Beyond

February 24, 2021

If you want to update your home in St. George, changing the floor is the most impactful modification you can make. Since many people are spending more time at home than ever before, having a functional and durable space has become paramount. Here are three of the top modern flooring trends for 2021 to consider when planning your remodel.

1. Geometrics

Tile is a highly versatile surface that you can use in almost any space without fear of water damage. While rectangular and square tiles are classics for good reason, more complex shapes have entered the conversation for 2021. At your local flooring company you’ll find many contemporary options to choose from, such as hexagon, arabesque and fan shapes.

2. Tone Mixing

During the past decade, color palettes have been all warm or all cool toned — the grey and white trend of the past five years is a great example of this. For 2021 and beyond expect to see tone mixing within a room and the home at large. Combining warm and cool tones creates a pleasing feeling of balance, and helps the space from feeling either too warm or too cold. Try choosing a warm floor color with cool-toned walls or vice versa.

3. Realistic Faux Finishes

The realistic faux finish continues to be a strong contender in modern flooring thanks to its durability, and the selection will keep getting better. Hardwood-look tile and luxury vinyl plank (LVP) remain smart choices for active families. The latest faux finish on the scene this year is marble-look LVP, which has the style of stone with the warmer feel of vinyl underfoot. This is a great option to get the look of a softer stone without its tendency for scratching.

With so many styles to choose from, achieving a modern flooring look is easier than ever. Should you need help finding the right surface for your home, be sure to consult the specialists at Red Rock Flooring.

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