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2021 Flooring Trends for You to Try

As the end of 2020 approaches, the home improvement industry is already seeing the start of "pandemic remodeling." After spending so much time in our homes throughout the year, we have all begun to notice home improvements that are needed around the house. Have you noticed an upgrade needed in your home? 2021 may be the perfect time to tackle this project!

One of the most popular home updates--because of its affordability and impact--are floor remodels. By taking on this project, you can easily update the entire appearance of your home. But what flooring style is right for you? Take a look at what we anticipate to be four of the most popular flooring trends for 2021:

Light Gray Wood Flooring

Regardless of the material--laminate, vinyl, or stained hardwood--light gray wood floors are going to be a hit in 2021. This unique style has gained momentum for its versatility and its ability to complement many different decor styles. With darker wood accents and a few splashes of colorful decor, these floors can transform your home into an elegant, yet cozy space.

Two-Tone Wood Combinations

Whether grey & beige, light & dark brown, or any other combination, two-tone wood floors are perfect for homes with a lot of foot traffic. Both functional and beautiful, these floors will wear well and conceal any dust or stains that may pop up in-between cleanings. This trend is relatively new, but has recently gained popularity for entryways, living rooms, and even kitchens! Because of its ability to universally supplement the aesthetic of any other decor features, its demand it sure to continue to grow in the coming years.

Stone Tile

Keeping with the trend of natural tones and materials, stone is expected to be a popular choice for flooring remodels this coming year. Stone tile can be used in a variety of spaces, but is especially popular for bathrooms, laundry rooms, and home foyers. Best yet, the material comes in many tones--including dark and light grey, light tans, and off-white. Paired with clean, white walls and minimal decor, stone floors will easily make any room feel larger and lighter.

Stained Concrete

If you are looking to make a big change, stained concrete may be the way to go. Once used almost exclusively for commercial areas, stained concrete has continued to gain traction in recent years for residential spaces, primarily due to its durability. Stained concrete lasts much longer than more traditional flooring styles, in both a functional and aesthetic sense. Perhaps more importantly, your stain color can be tailored to your exact needs to perfectly complement your decor and furniture.

The experts at Alamo Handyman can help you through your entire floor remodel journey--from presenting you with all the options, all the way through completing the work in the most timely and affordable manner possible. Give us a call to set up your consultation today at (210) 684-8500!

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