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2022 Trends

Color | Decor | Design

There are lots of flooring trends going on this year.

If you’d like a glance at some of the hottest flooring ideas, here’s a quick rundown.


Stone and wood looks. Natural styles and textures

  • Stone-Look
  • Wood-Look
  • Marble-Look
  • Decorative


Grays, blondes, & whites are trending

  • Gray
  • Blonde
  • White
  • High Variation
  • Black and White


This year is all about getting creative with your flooring- unique patterns and larger sizes

  • Herringbone
  • Large Format
  • Chevron
  • Wide Plank


All about authenticity- aged looks for hard surfaces; twists and patterns for carpet textures

Hard surfaces:

  • Hardscraped
  • Wirebrushed
  • Distressed


  • Frieze
  • Berber
  • Cut and Loop

Specific Trends

Marble-Look Tile

  • Instantly elevators the appearance of a space
  • Available in multiple colors- even multicolor mixes, which can tie in decorative schemes
  • Can be cut into rectangles or triangles 
  • Product of the Earth- so every piece is one-of-a-kind

Blonde and Bleached Wood-Look Flooring

  • Homeowners have begun to take a lighter, airy style, so blonde wood looks are becoming popular again.
  • Popular in modern kitchens
  • Fits the updated farmhouse style

Vintage Black and White Flooring

  • The vintage look is growing more popular, especially with tile
  • Checkerboard looks and similar variations are all over Pinterest as people want to gain that old-timey, retro aesthetic.

Decorative Flooring​

  • Geometric patterns are huge in tile, carpet, and vinyl
  • Decorative and graphic styles like parquet, trellis, and designer shapes.
  • Kitchens and bathrooms especially

Parquet Wood Flooring

  • Parquet pattern floors such as herringbone and chevron are trending in wood flooring
  • These will make your floor the centerpiece of the room

Rustic Floor Textures


  • Makes your home look timeless and expensive
  • Perfect with rustic decor, as well as farmhouse and industrial kitchens


  • Adds character to your floor without looking unfinished


  • Intentional scrapes, knotholes, and even burns
  • Give your floor character
  • Looks almost historic