A new decade comes with the opportunity for change, which may include home renovations. While you may think to start your renovations by sprucing up your outdoor recreation area, opening up a wall or adding on to your home, new flooring is a practical way to change the look and feel of an entire room and add to your home’s value. If you are thinking of remodeling your home with fresh flooring, here are some of the hottest flooring trends to follow in 2020:
If you want an alternative way to get floors that resemble porcelain, wood and marble-like tiles are a popular flooring trend in 2020. Tiles are a cost-effective approach to remodeling your floors and make them easier to clean and keep from getting scratched. Large format and black and white tiles are also making a comeback and can give your kitchen or bathroom floors a bold yet classic look that will never go out of style.
New hardwood floors are not only an appealing selling point for buyers looking to purchase a home, but they can increase your home’s value by up to 2.5 percent. With so many options for hardwood floors, experts say that darker colors are waning in popularity in 2020 and lighter color hardwood floors like blonde, whitewashed, honey, light gray, greige and high-variation wood floors will make a room look bigger and more modern while maintaining a warm, minimalist feel.
Renovating your home with economical material can help the environment and reduce your energy costs. Some of the most prevalent eco-friendly flooring products including bamboo, cork, linoleum, natural stone and some hardwood, which require minimal maintenance and don’t sacrifice style.
For flooring that won’t require a lot of upkeep, vinyl can be installed in many rooms throughout your home including your kitchen, bathroom or basement. Vinyl floors come in a variety of shapes, styles and colors and are one of the easiest types of floors to keep clean and stain free.
Plan your floor remodeling project
If you are looking to remodel your home with new floors in 2020, you might not know where to start with financing options. Ed Currie is the number one construction loan expert in the country, and he and his team can help you explore different loans that work with your budget to get the floors of your dreams. To learn more about financing your flooring project, use our online construction calculator or schedule an appointment by calling us at 847-214-2404. And don’t forget to check us out on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest or Instagram for our latest tips and updates!