With its allure and timeless appeal, wood flooring is versatile enough to work in any decor, from modern urban to contemporary, California coastal, and more. It adds warmth and charm to a room while adding value to your property. 

Hardwood flooring has additional benefits, such as being durable, easy to care for, and long-lasting. In addition, there are always some trends each year that take hold, grow, and evolve.

What’s the difference between a trend and a fad?

Trends are highly researched updates to an already existing, tried-and-true product, and they often dovetail with other trends. Fads are short-lived, knee-jerk reactions to what someone thinks is a good idea, such as the pet rock craze of decades ago. Here are some trends we see when people shop for wood floors in Hurst, TX.

Rustic textures

Rustic decor is big right now with wood flooring, and with that comes the desire for more rustic textures such as hand-scraped, weathered, and distressed.  

Smoky wood floors

A fumed finish is a process that gives hardwood flooring a dark color with a gray undertone. Fumed floors work very well with oak.

European white oak

With its modern look, tight grain, and cooler (such as gray) undertones, European white oak is expected to last in popularity for at least another 15 years. 

It’s all about color

Lighter woods including blond, gray, caramel, honey/copper, whitewashed and greige are taking over. They coordinate with just about anything, making some designers call them "the changing face of interior design."

Wide planks

Wide planks are classic and display knots, swirls, and other characteristics and are also reminiscent of mid-1800s historical homes. If your room is too narrow for a wide plank, consider random width flooring; designers combine planks of different sizes to create unusual arrangements that can elongate a space.

Visit our showroom in Hurst, TX, for hardwood flooring

With a highly trained staff and certified installers, iStone Floors & More can promise a floor you'll love. Our showroom is in Hurst, TX, and we'll help you find the perfect hardwood flooring for your style and needs. Explore our inventory and get a free quote, especially if you live or work in Hurst, Fort Worth, Grapevine, Southlake, Keller, Irving, North Richland Hills, Colleyville, Bedford, and Euless, TX.