Hardwood Flooring Installation Trends: What’s Hot in 2024?

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Hardwood flooring has an enduring appeal that not many flooring materials can match. As such, it never seems to go out of style. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t exciting new trends emerging in 2024 for installing and designing with this classic material.

Hardwood Flooring Installation Trends: What’s Hot in 2024?

This year, we predict that these emerging trends will find their way into most hardwood flooring installations:

  • Wide Plank Hardwood. If you love wide plank oak or hickory floors, you’re in luck because this trend shows no signs of slowing down in 2024. Wider planks allow more of the beautiful variation in the wood to shine through, showcasing more of the natural wood grains and finishes that give hardwood flooring its rustic, cozy charm. The chunky planks evoke a warm simplicity that’s perfect for farmhouse, traditional, or transitional interior designs needing a touch of natural charm.
  • Light, Airy Wood Tones. On the opposite end of the spectrum, lighter wood tones are also rising in popularity. Soft beiges, whispered grays, and natural blond wood floor colors will brighten interior spaces with airy, faded tones. These muted wood hues open up small rooms and pair with cool and warm color schemes effortlessly.
  • Bold Floor Patterns. Beyond colors and plank size, intricate hardwood patterns like parquet will also make a statement in 2024. Although classic herringbone designs have been all the rage for quite some time, more daring, tessellated geometric patterns are shaping up to take the mantle. These bold patterns will transform hardwood flooring into a textural focal point for any home interior, allowing homeowners to make equally bold statements.

With over 15 years of industry experience, our flooring experts at New Age Flooring & Remodeling have the expertise to make any hardwood flooring trend a reality in your home. Let us know which one you’d like for your home improvement project, and we’ll be happy to make it happen!