Trending in 2014 for Hardwood Flooring

 Family with Hardwood Floors

Where do you start the search for floors that will combine the feel of your home and represent your area?  Here at Quality Floors Direct we have complied the top flooring options for our largest areas, and what will be continue to be the most popular floors for 2014.

California

San Francisco Homes

In the Golden State, we have noticed that the biggest sellers have been the products with accents, versatility, and customizable to various living spaces.  In classic Californian fashion, our West Coast buyers want to make their homes new, chic and forward. 

Bay Area


The Silicon Valley has been attracted to the classic beauty of American Cherry.   For the future forward area, they want it in wider and varied widths and different stains to create unique accents putting a new twist on this classic hardwood.

Amtico Wood Tile

 

Southern California

From Hollywood down to San Diego, customization was the most critical feature we found in our Southern Californian customers.  Amtico products were the landslide favorite with their large selection of colors and design options. 

 

Southeast

For our Southern customers, the classic warmth and family friendly feel of Unfinished Hickory and Red Birch were the favorites.  These customers want to use these unfinished products for their personal projects, especially for large scale projects over 1500 sq. ft. and new construction.

New England Interior

 

 

 

Northeast

 

The northeastern customers prefer the natural beauty of hardwood.  We discovered that they preferred to see the character markings that embodied natural wood.

 

 

 

New England   

Somerset Character Collection was the most popular collection for 2013, and will continue to be a popular selection for 2014.  The White Oak and Walnut were the preferred options from the collection with the naturally occurring knots and character markings the hallmarks of natural wood.

Somerset White Oak

Across the country we found that homeowners wanted one thing in common: having a space that tells their story.   These are just a few of the new trends and styles we expect to see going forward into 2014.  Tell us your story of your favorite designs you have seen, and what you expect to see for the future of flooring.