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Today’s flooring trends include options in tile flooring and hardwood flooring. 361 Cabinets and more carries a variety of materials that homeowners and designers can select from in a wide range of price points. These are just a few:

Engineered Wood

Engineered Wood has come a long way and new products feature the appearance of beautiful, solid hardwood floors. It is manufactured with 3 to 7 layers laminated or glued together. Engineered Wood can be used in any room and comes in stains such as cherry, hickory, teak, oak, maple, and other woods. This product has many benefits such as being resistant to moisture, fade, and scratch-resistant.

Modern Vinyl Flooring

No longer the inexpensive choice for track homes, new vinyl materials come in a wide range of colors and styles. Many times, this type of flooring so closely mimics hardwood floors that one must get down on their hands and knees to see the difference. Why select vinyl? This material comes in varieties that look like natural stone or ceramic tile, and in a realistic vinyl-wood plank. Consequently, designers love to work with it.  There are 3 types of vinyl tile that include solid vinyl tiles, inlaid vinyl tiles, and vinyl composition tiles. All of these types come in colors and patterns that make selecting your new vinyl flooring a pleasure. In addition, vinyl flooring is a fabulous choice for high moisture spaces as it is both durable and comfortable to walk on. Let our team of designers help you decide which flooring is best for your project!

Bamboo

For high-traffic areas, there is nothing like a bamboo floor. Designers love this surface because it gives a clean, modern feel and is often harder than a true hardwood floor. Styles include both narrow and wide plank and come in a variety of colors.

Cork

Known for being a great sound reducer, cork floors reduce noise. Comfortable to walk on and sustainable, cork flooring now comes in a wide range of colors and is much more durable than what was available in the past. This flooring material is not suitable for high moisture areas or direct sunlight. In the right space, it can be both impressive and add to the design aesthetic of the room.

Reclaimed Wood

For the look and feel of reclaimed wood, this product wins hands down. A hot trend in interior design, reclaimed wood is in demand. This new factory-finished product is made to have the look and feel of reclaimed lumber. It has a hand-hewn look but is more economical than salvaged timer. Another great choice for high-moisture areas with the added benefit of adding character to any space where it is used.

Large Format Tile

Tile has been around for years but large format tile has mostly been used in commercial spaces. Recently, interior designers have incorporated this style using larger tiles in 12″x24″ and 36″x36″ sizes. With larger tile surfaces and less grout, large format tile gives a modern appearance to any room. Installation requires a perfectly level surface but again, this choice of material is excellent for high moisture areas.

Let us help you decide!

Our team of design experts will evaluate your space and help you select the material that fits your project and budget. At 361 Cabinets, we specialize in creating spaces that you can be proud of while making the process both fun and easy. For example, we have a wide range of product samples. Furthermore, we can provide you with a 3D model to help you visualize the look of tiles or hardwood flooring before finalizing your decision. Lastly, we work hard to help you stay within budget on your project. Above all, our goal is a satisfied customer!

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