3 Trends in Timber Flooring you can Expect to see in 2017


If you are considering installing timber flooring in your home in 2017, you might be interested in knowing that there are a few trends already emerging for the coming year.

Want to know more? Here’s some insider info on what’s going to be big this year…

  1. Dark timber flooring

This may not be to everyone’s liking but it is nevertheless becoming extremely popular. If you think that this particular trend would suit your home, you can choose from ebony or walnut timber flooring in Sydney.

These are two of the darkest timber floor shades you can choose from. You can opt to renovate your current timber flooring with a wood stain that can replicate the look of these darker types of timber.

  1. Grey timber flooring

Shades of grey are really making their impact felt throughout the home décor world. From grey tiling to grey furnishings, this shade is fast becoming a feature in many homes across Australia.

Whether you prefer lighter greys or darker greys for your flooring, there are many shades of grey timber flooring to pick from.

  1. Wire brushed floors

Wire brushed floors are also showing signs of becoming very popular in 2017. This type of timber flooring in Northern Beaches is texturised to enhance the natural wood grain of timber, giving it a unique, vintage look.

You can choose timber flooring that comes with this effect already in place or you can have your timber flooring sanded with a wire brush sander to achieve your desired look.

While it’s good to be aware of these big trends for 2017, remember to choose a flooring option that’s practical for where you intend on laying it. That’s always more important!

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