Wooden flooring is a timeless addition to any home, instantly adding elegance, class and a neutral tone to a room. However, kahrs flooring can look dark and old-fashioned if not styled and accented appropriately, so it is important to keep on any new trends that occur in the Cambridge engineered flooring world. These can change as frequently as between weeks, or months, but there are bound to be new trends that pop up each year, especially surrounding the reveal of Pantone’s colour of the year. Their choice for 2018 is Ultra Violet, so it’s not a surprise that this colour is creeping into home decor and style magazines across the globe. If you’re thinking of taking the plunge and including this bold colour in your home, it’s important to ensure that your kahrs floors are co-ordinated with it. Statement Flooring
It is intimidating to take the plunge but creating a statement floor can have a fantastic-looking outcome. Beautifully distressed wooden kahrs flooring can bring a rustic feel to a room and allow you to go wild with your furniture and accessories to either add a modern juxtaposition to the room’s decor or continue the rustic theme throughout. Depending on your taste, you could even expand this theme to further rooms, which could look fantastic in a rustic-style home, like a barn renovation. No grey today Grey was a dominant colour for homes during 2017, offering a neutral yet slightly dark tone to any room, a welcome alternative to magnolia and cream, which seemed to be the go-to backdrop for any room. However, this colour is set to undergo a (slight) change, as ‘greige’ is being slated as the next, hot, neutral yet coloured tone for your home. This is a very versatile colour that allows for a lot of accessorising with a range of colours. It’s a fantastic base colour for living rooms or bedrooms and could even be incorporated into your Cambridge engineered flooring. Canterbury Leon Oak kahrs floors have grey and beige accents, allowing you to effortlessly incorporate this on trend colour into your rooms. Plank patterns
Parquet flooring and patterned wood kahrs floors are making a comeback. Whilst there are some absolutely beautiful Cambridge engineered flooring tiles and slats on the market, a patterned wooden floor is incredibly elegant, and can be an impressive asset to any room. These interesting patterns can often only be created by very skilled joiners, making them both expensive and hard to create, but you can also get laminate tiles that replicate these patterns. Whilst the tiles may not seem quite as impressive, they achieve the desired effect at a lot lower price, and you can install them yourself! Combine wood and tiles Wooden floors are beautiful on their own, tiled floors are beautiful on their own, so why not combine them to create a simply exquisite effect on your floor? Obviously, the final effect will depend on the type of wood and tiles you choose, but you can really customise your choice of kahrs flooring with a mix of materials. Hexagonal tiles are very popular and can add a beehive-like effect to your floor!