The biggest flooring trends of 2022

02nd August


Flooring trends don’t shift as quickly as other areas of design. They are just not refreshed as frequently as, say, paint colours or living rooms. They have the greatest influence on a room, and innovative concepts are always being generated.

When it comes to flooring, it’s essential to pick a material that not only functions well in your room but also looks beautiful.

There are numerous choices available, ranging from vinyl and laminate to concrete and cork, with numerous variants within each category. Choosing the appropriate product for your house may be a daunting task. But we are here to help make that task a little easier.

We’ve compiled a list of the floors and finishes that appear to be growing in popularity this year, to help narrow down your options.

Brown tones

Mid- to dark-brown wood floors are starting to have a moment, says Marc Bacher, founder of Stuga. While light-coloured flooring is attractive and very desirable because of its ability to make a room appear larger and more spacious, deeper brown colours have grown in popularity since the pandemic.

Darker tones of brown flooring offer visual warmth and create a homely ambience and cosy feel.

Managing business and personal life is driving the demand for conventional, classic and traditional home design this year. A classic appearance is easy to achieve, both in terms of style and upkeep. It is closely identified with high-quality, long-lasting goods that will age gracefully over time.

Statement marble

Marble has been used in interiors for a long time, generally in tones of black, grey, and white, such as traditional Carrara marble. Onyx is a relatively new addition to the market, but both contribute to the underlying trend of statement stone with dramatic veining, large patterns, and exotic colour mixes.

It’s excellent for modern bathroom ideas with a high-end opulent design. Utilise it as a kitchen backsplash or as a statement wall in a living room.

‘Floors are works of art and it’s one of the biggest surfaces in a room, so choose materials that enhance your daily life and bring beautiful vibes and energy to the space.’ Marie Soliman of Bergman Design House.

Patchwork tiles

Patchwork or mix and match tiles are becoming increasingly popular as individuals seek more unique ways to express themselves.

Mix and match tiles are beneficial since they allow you to separate distinct spaces, such as a kitchen and dining room, by using more patterns in the kitchen and less in the dining room. These designs are also suitable for use in the bathroom and as part of your hallway ideas.

When designing with patchwork tiles, you have lots of leeway; you may use any pair of complementary colours. You may also choose the frequency with which these colours appear and, most significantly, where they appear.

If you would like help choosing your next flooring, don’t hesitate to contact our expert team. We will be more than happy to help you pick the perfect flooring for you. Contact us here.