What we’re seeing so far in 2017 is a continued desire for wider and longer hardwood planks, and also a more informal layout using different width planks. Wider planks have the advantage of creating a more unified look – with fewer joint lines – which also highlights the inherent aesthetics of the wood's knots and grains.
Texture continues to be very important this year. All of our popular Hardwood selections have distinct hand-crafted finishes, such as custom stain coloration, hand scrapped and wire-brushed finishes and are the predominance of client's selections.
Grey tones are hugely popular, but we are beginning to see a growing return back to more natural and dark wood tones.
What has your favorite design trend been so far in 2017?