Published at Thursday, July 19th, 2018 - 06:39:16 AM. . By Bria Lima.
Overall price, when it comes to installation and upkeep, is another advantage of engineered hardwood. Since engineered hardwood flooring requires only a thin slice of the desired wood as the top layer, the cost is less than solid hardwood. Finally, if you are looking for a green hardwood flooring option, engineered is your winner. The trees for engineered floors grow much faster than those for solid hardwoods.
A few other flooring trends you won’t be seeing in 2018 include: Subway Tile: As bathrooms become more rustic, subway tiles are now on their way out. Chevron Rugs: This is a pattern that’s going out of style so don’t make an investment into a rug that won’t last. White Vinyl: This is a trend that went out of style fast due to the ability to keep it clean. While it can certainly brighten up a room, it's too difficult for homeowners to keep looking pristine.
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