5 New Trends in Wood Flooring in 2022

Every year trends come and go, but wood flooring remains relevant and in style. While popular colours and tones change, some styles will always be charming and timeless. When designing a house and choosing your interior, your flooring has a huge impact on the final look and feel of your home.  


In this article: 

  • The Benefits of Wood Flooring 
  • 5 New Trends in Wood Flooring 

 

The Benefits of Wood Flooring 


When it comes to wood flooring, you have several options to choose from:


Whatever type of wood flooring you love, it has several benefits. Wood flooring can add value to your home and enhance the overall look of your home. Another advantage of wood flooring is that it’s usually easy to clean and maintain. As it’s highly resistant and durable, wood floors tend to need fewer repairs over the years. By investing in high-quality wood flooring, it should last for years. 

 

5 New Trends in Wood Flooring  


Of all the flooring materials available, wood flooring remains one of the most consistent types of flooring to add value. Due to advances in technology, there are several varieties of wood flooring that look fantastic. Let’s dive into the latest wood flooring trends in 2022 to elevate your home’s interior. 

 

1. Smokey Wood Flooring 


Smokey grey and distressed wood have a rich grain that looks great in rustic and modern style. Think grey and brown tones with beautiful grain to create another level of intrigue within a space. Oak smoked wood has a lot of character and can help to make a statement finish. 

 

2. Natural Tones and Colours 


There’s something about natural tones and colours that’s warm and inviting. Bringing everything back to basics and keeping things simple will undoubtedly be a popular theme throughout 2022 and beyond. The natural colour of wood looks so simple yet beautiful. With an increased focus on sustainability, natural-looking and sustainable flooring will merge as a popular option. 

 

3. Bleached Wood 


Bleaching wood floors is a chemical process to lighten the colour of wood flooring. Often, when you bleach floors, it reduces the appearance of grain in the floor. This makes the whole appearance much softer and smoother. If you don’t want to go through the process of bleaching, but like the look of it, you can find alternatives. Wood-effect RVP vinyl tiles are a great option and come in a huge range of colours, tones, and styles. 

 

4. Grey Parquet Flooring 


Parquet flooring has been around for centuries, but in the last few years, it has continued to skyrocket in popularity. What’s changing is that we’re moving away from traditional wood colours and heading towards grey everything. The combination of grey and beige is gaining interest, and more people are looking to grey for their flooring, even with parquet. 

 

5. Worn and Weathered Wood Flooring 


Worn flooring has been popular for a while, but it remains a key theme of the coming year. That could mean choosing reclaimed wood flooring or looking for a product with artificial ageing for that weathered look. This type of flooring looks ideal with a rustic interior. 


Advances in technology and manufacturing allow for an even wider variety of styles. While wood remains a classic option for the home, we’re seeing more people choose laminate and parquet flooring over traditional solid wood. With 2022 on the horizon, we can explore exciting new flooring trends and styles to enhance your decor.

September 19, 2021 — Margaret-Anne Leckie