Light and neutral tones have become increasingly popular in the European market as minimalist and Scandinavian design continues to dominate.
Hardwood floorsremain a timeless choice, but printed wood floors, herringbone parquet floors, and lighter wooden floors are also very fashionable. V-shaped floors provide a luxurious and versatile pattern of zigzag arrows, while cork floors offer natural textures and colors with health and wellness benefits. In contemporary design, wide plank wood floors in dark colors are often used in larger spaces.
Checkerboard floors have also made a comeback, especially in bathrooms. Herringbone wooden floors are still popular, but in warmer tones than before. Neutral, safe floors are competing with bolder options that allow the floor to attract attention. Wooden floors will always reign supreme, but other creative options are slowly increasing.