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Category: Bathrooms

Reeded Cabinet Doors: 2024’s Emerging Trend

If you’ve been planning to remodel your kitchen, searching for new cabinet doors may be near the top of your to-do list. You may have uncovered a new trend during your search — reeded cabinet doors. These fixtures stand out for their beauty and fine craftsmanship.

Waterfall Countertops: Drink in All You Need to Know

“Drink in” all you need to know about waterfall countertops with the information we’ve gathered for you in this informative blog.

November 13, 2023 by Chelsea Allard

Heated Bathroom Floors: Is Radiant Heating Worth the Hype?

Heated bathroom floors are a modern luxury that many homeowners enjoy. But are they worth the hype? Before making a decision, it’s helpful to learn more about radiant heating.

The Battle of Barn Door vs. Pocket Door

The following overview will help you learn the differences between pocket and barn door styles. Once you know more about each, you’ll be better prepared to make a justified decision.

Freestanding Tub Fillers: A Splash of Elegance

In this article, we unravel the mysteries of filling your freestanding tub with a beautiful and functional fixture that elevates your bathroom even higher.

Your Comprehensive Guide to Grout: Tips, Tricks, and So Much More!

In this blog, we’ll dive deep into the world of grout and learn everything we need to know to keep it in tip-top shape.

Remodeling 101: Flooring Trends and Tips

When it comes to Charlotte home remodeling, flooring and flooring trends are one of the most important aspects to consider. Not only does it serve a functional purpose, but it also has a significant impact on the overall look and feel of your home. From hardwood to tile to carpet, there are endless options to choose from, making it difficult to decide what type of flooring to install. There are a lot of considerations when choosing flooring. In addition to aesthetics, homeowners must contend with competing considerations of cost, durability, what’s most sensible for their lifestyle, and current flooring trends. Once installed, flooring trends can be difficult and expensive to change, so you want to get it right. Below, we take a look at some of the latest trends in flooring across the Charlotte Metro area.

In this blog, we’ll explore some of the latest flooring trends and provide tips to help you make the best decision for your home remodeling project. Whether you’re renovating your entire home or just updating a single room, we’ve got you covered with all the latest flooring trends and expert advice.

Flooring Trends for 2023: A Breakdown

Before we dive deep and break down some of the flooring trends in full, let’s recap some new trends that have emerged in 2023.

  1. Wide plank flooring: Wide plank flooring has been growing in popularity in recent years and continues to be a top trend in 2023. It offers a sleek and modern look, as well as the appearance of larger, more open spaces.

  2. Natural and sustainable flooring: With the increasing focus on sustainability, natural and sustainable flooring materials such as bamboo, cork, and reclaimed wood are becoming more popular. These materials are eco-friendly, durable, and add a unique touch to any room.

  3. Bold colors and patterns: Bold and colorful flooring options are also trending in 2023. These patterns and colors can add a dramatic effect to any room, making it a statement piece in the space.

  4. Luxury vinyl tile (LVT): LVT is a popular flooring trend that offers a more affordable alternative to hardwood or tile. LVT is waterproof, durable, and can mimic the look of hardwood or stone flooring.

  5. Dark and moody flooring: In contrast to the light and airy trends of past years, dark and moody flooring is making a comeback in 2023. These dark and dramatic flooring options can add a sense of luxury and sophistication to any room.

Wood and Wood-Look Floors

Hardwood is still at the top of the wish list for most of Charlotte’s homeowners when it comes to flooring trends. We are almost always refinishing at least a portion of existing hardwood, but when we’re not, today’s hardwood preferences still lean to darker colors and satin finishes. Wider planks are appealing to many homeowners, but they often don’t justify the increased cost. Hardwood floors vary significantly in price depending on the material. They can be difficult to maintain with kids and large dogs, and they’re subject to water stains, but that doesn’t typically deter people away from them, especially because they can be refinished.

,In the Charlotte market, real hardwood is still number one. Sometimes hardwood alternatives are less expensive, but often they’re not once you factor in labor. Wood look-alike materials are a smart choice for bathrooms, basements, and mudrooms because of their water-resistant nature.

There are many reasons why Charlotte residents might choose hardwood flooring as their first choice for flooring. First and foremost, hardwood floors are timeless and elegant, adding a touch of class to any home. They can be stained and finished to match any decor style, from traditional to contemporary, making them a versatile choice. Hardwood floors are also incredibly durable and long-lasting, able to withstand heavy foot traffic and resist scratches and stains. In addition, they are easy to clean and maintain, requiring only occasional sweeping and mopping. Finally, hardwood floors are a smart investment for homeowners, as they can increase the resale value of a property. With all of these benefits, it’s no wonder that hardwood flooring is such a popular choice among Charlotte residents.

Hand hewn hardwood floors give this kitchen a casual, rustic feel in keeping with the modern farmhouse aesthetic.

Environmentally Friendly Floors

As sustainability continues to be a top priority for homeowners in 2023, environmentally friendly flooring options are becoming increasingly popular. One of the most eco-friendly flooring options available today is bamboo. Bamboo is a fast-growing grass that can be harvested and replanted without damaging the environment. It also has a similar look and feel to hardwood floors, making it a stylish and practical choice. Another environmentally friendly flooring option is cork. Cork is harvested from the bark of cork oak trees, which can be harvested every nine years without harming the tree. It is also hypoallergenic and has natural insulating properties, making it a great choice for energy-efficient homes. Finally, recycled materials like glass, rubber, and reclaimed wood can also be used to create unique and sustainable flooring options. With so many environmentally friendly flooring options available, homeowners can choose beautiful and sustainable flooring without sacrificing style or quality.

Carpet and Area Rugs

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Carpet is an inexpensive choice for bedrooms and basements where you want warmth underfoot. Nothing says “welcome to our home” better than a stunning carpet runner on the front stairs in a foyer. Runners provide traction for pets and kids and reduce noise. Beautiful area rugs have always been popular on hardwood floors. They help to define spaces in the increasingly popular open floor plan. If you need a specific size or shape outside of the standard offerings, many people have custom rugs made from carpet. Area rugs offer flexibility in your decor since they’re simple to change out when styles change, and there’s something for every price point. Custom carpets and rugs are often treatable to prevent stains, and they can be easily rolled up and brought to a cleaner if disaster strikes.

Pros of carpet:

  • Comfortable and soft underfoot, providing a cozy feel to a room
  • Provides insulation, making rooms warmer and quieter
  • Wide variety of colors and textures available to match any decor style
  • Can be a good choice for families with young children, as it provides a cushioned surface for playtime
  • Can be an affordable flooring option compared to other materials like hardwood or tile

Cons of carpet:

  • Can stain easily and require regular maintenance and cleaning
  • Can trap dust, dirt, and allergens, making it difficult to keep clean and potentially aggravating allergies
  • May need to be replaced more frequently than other flooring options due to wear and tear
  • May not be ideal for high-traffic areas or households with pets, as it can hold onto odors and be difficult to clean thoroughly
Genuine reclaimed barnwood replaced an entire first floor of tile in this Lake Norman kitchen remodel.

Vintage Flooring

This trend takes two forms: Black and white tiles reminiscent of the art deco era lend a retro feeling to a small space. We see this look repeated in bathrooms over and over because of the classic appeal. Many of today’s homeowners like this trend with a twist, using tiles with patterns or sizes outside the traditional ones. The second trend harkens back to the farmhouse and the distressed, rustic look of reclaimed barn wood. Real reclaimed wood can be hard to come by and incredibly expensive, but many manufacturers are imitating that textured look.

 

There are many options when it comes to choosing flooring. A skilled designer can help you sort through the options and figure out which one is perfect for your budget and lifestyle. Ready to start? Sit down for a no-obligation consultation with us.

December 29, 2022 by Chelsea Allard

6 Reasons a Double Vanity Bathroom Makes Sharing Bearable

Thinking a double vanity bathroom is next up on your list of wants? Let us break downs the pros of adding such in this new blog.

December 2, 2022 by Chelsea Allard

Our Favorite Types of Bathtubs: Which Is Right for You?

Remodeling your bathroom? Discover the different types of bathtubs to find the perfect one for your home.

October 28, 2022 by Chelsea Allard

Truths and Tips About Subway Tile Backsplash

Considering a subway tile backsplash in your home? Learn everything you need to know about this trendy tile option.