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How to keep up with flooring trends!

When people think of interior design, many forget about flooring and how it is an essential component to create a beautiful space. With social media showcasing interior design inspiration, there is an increase in people creating their dream home and that starts from the perfect flooring to complement the new wall panelling or a new light feature.

The flooring market has adapted to compliment current styles such as a variety of colours, textures, and sizes. With the flooring market evolving, it is important to stay on trend and to find out what is the best floor to create your desired home!

Although there are many options to choose from, it can be overwhelming to find the perfect flooring for your home.

Looking at what flooring is trending can help you find your perfect match. We, at Allfloors, want to help you find the perfect flooring for your needs and budget, from wood to tile, carpet and more. There are many options available for your home’s interior design.

Our customers are always searching for new ways to achieve their vision. We’re excited to share with you a few of the latest trends in flooring so that you can find the perfect look for your space.

Engineered Wooden Flooring

Whether you’re looking for a more modern or traditional feel, engineered wood flooring
from Allfloors Glasgow has you covered!

Engineered wooden flooring has seen an increase in popularity due to the advantages it has over solid hardwood flooring and at a better price. It combines multiple layers of plywood that are bonded together and then topped off with a top layer of real wood.

As well as being durable and easy to clean, engineered wooden flooring can absorb sound so it is ideal for rooms where noise levels need reducing such as kitchens or dining rooms. It can also withstand a substantial amount of footfall in both commercial and domestic environments due to the flooring being incredibly tough.

Another benefit of choosing engineered wooden flooring is that there is a varied choice.
Engineered wooden flooring comes in a range of finishes and sizes, offering a more
contemporary finish.

Rustic Flooring

Not only are people looking for aesthetically pleasing flooring, but flooring that showcases
its quality, originality and is long-lasting. This style of flooring has been trending for many
years and does not look to be slowing.

By choosing flooring to create an authentic/rustic style, you can create a homey, inviting,
and warm space to relax and enjoy spending time at home.


If you’re looking to create an authentic/rustic home but looking to create it at fraction of the price, Laminate flooring is a perfect match!

Laminate flooring has a printed surface, meaning it can come in a diverse range of styles,
colours, and shades. To create a rustic feel, choose from a selection of wood and stone
effect boards that still captures the beauty of the grains and texture. Laminate also comes
with the benefit of being tough wearing and has a scratch-resistant top layer so is perfect
for any room.

Luxury Vinyl Tiles

If it’s more selection you’re looking for? Look no further than Luxury Vinyl Tiles.
Luxury Vinyl Tiles such as Karndean, Amtico and Moduleo from Allfloors Glasgow replicate
the natural beauty of wood, stone, slate, and marble and can be used in commercial and
residential interiors.

Having such a selection makes it easy to create an authentic/rustic home that is also
luxurious, and will provide your home with a beautiful appearance and texture. As well as
being excellent for sound and heat insulation, durable, and moisture resistant. This means
that it is the perfect flooring for any room such as an entrance hall or bathroom.

Amtico LVT flooring can also create timeless patterns inspired by the Victorian era such as
Basket Weave, Parquet, and French Weave.

Allfloors Glasgow stock a variety of brands to provide high-quality luxury vinyl floorings such as Karndean Design Flooring, Amtico, Moduleo, and many more.

Layering Patterns

Are you looking for a change? Then why not try the trend of layering patterns, either
domestically or commercially? This trend can be interpreted in different ways either using
carpet tiles or laminate flooring to create two different styles that will enhance any space.

Carpet Tiles

One way to achieve this is carpet flooring tiles. Perfect for offices because they create a bold and fun style that is perfect for workplaces. Many commercial spaces use carpet tiles over traditional carpet rolls due to their many benefits. Not only does it look great, but it also provides easier handling. Carpet tiles are easier to install compared to carpet rolls as many Glasgow offices are not able to carry a large carpet roll up several flights of stairs. Using carpet tiles also allows for easy damage repair, as one tile can be replaced rather than the whole floor.

Carpet tiles are available in a wide variety of colours and styles, so it is easy to find a style
that fits your space perfectly. Carpet tiles can easily be mixed and matched to create any
pattern you desire!



If you are someone who choosing eco-friendly products is at the top of your radar, at
Allfloors we have a wide variety of flooring for you to choose from. Marmoleum comes in
over 300 different colours and over 12 different structures in both sheet and modular
formats ensuring your tastes can be catered towards.

Marmoleum is a natural flooring renowned for its durability, sustainability, high quality, and
innovative design. It is made from 97% natural raw materials and 43% recycled content and
is completely Co2 neutral. This makes Marmoleum arguably one of the most sustainable
floorings available globally.

If you are keen to get your home on trend and enquire into any styles or flooring, you can
browse our full range in store, located on Battlefield Road Glasgow, or why not call to
arrange a home visit?

Don’t hesitate and contact us now for more information.

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