Friday, 29 December 2017

Floors that will rule 2018!

Design trends are evolving at an ever-quickening pace and while 2017 was a fantastic year, 2018 promises to bring even more excitement and innovation in the design space, particularly when it comes to flooring trends. While some trends have stood the test of time, others have vanished in the blink of an eye only to make room for new modern looks. We all say New Year, New Look. Don’t we?? Why not give your room a look that’s trending in 2018 too? Look here’s a peek at some of the trends that will dominate the coming year!

2018 will bring us a return to some classic inspired patterns with beautiful colour combinations and designs. This year is going to be a big year in terms of revisiting old trends. The first beautiful trend is the traditional floral patterns which are going to make a grand comeback with their colours, detailing and vintage vibes. Floral patterns are making a huge come back to this year with a vast variety of colours. Art continues to spill into home spaces with different variations forming a particular design. BFT has these classic patterns in bold, vibrant colours and exaggerated patterns. These designs serve as part of the aesthetics and create a more natural feel.  


Another classic trend that would complement a dark coloured wall or a patterned wall painting is to use simple tiles to create elegant floorings. We recommend on keeping your floors plain with light colours when you have a lot of décor in your space. It is the most popular design trend to keep your flooring designs simple and minimal to reveal the elegance of the space. Simple patterns accompanied by elegant colours speak for themselves about the Interiors of the given space. 2018 is all about minimalism and classic floorings for an avant-garde style home. BFT recommends going with simple designs that create a sophisticated look adding to the elegance of the space. The colour palette that creates this look comprises of pastels, browns and creams which create a warm and cosy vibe. Move away from contrasting and bright colours and combine light, medium and dark tones to create a softer effect.BFT creates customized flooring and offers various colour options from which you can choose and design the flooring for your home or any given space. The simple Cast-In-Situ and Terrazzo tiles are perfect to attain the desired look and feel.



Another classic and all-time favourite trend is the Geometric pattern!! Playing with different shapes and creating unique patterns is what BFT loves to do; from creating stars to diamonds and hexagons, we’ve done it all. This pattern will perfectly complement simple & elegant home decor to highlight any given area. The hexagon is a classic geometric tile shape that will always transcend trends, making it a staple shape in tile design. Geometric tile doesn't necessarily mean to have to choose a dramatic shape and colour scheme. Instead, you can keep it simple with a classic white or neutral colour, with a square or any pattern tile and a contrasting black grout line. Using a range of shapes from hexagons and triangles, squares and herringbone, establishments and individuals can choose to be bold and create instantly recognizable designs that will create emotional responses.




A little customization would do no harm in creating flawless beautiful flooring patterns. Being simple is good no doubt but adding some uniqueness to your flooring is always a good idea to create a statement look. Statement floors and personalised flooring are all key trends we’re seeing the great appetite for in the world of leisure and hospitality this year.

Now that you’re acquainted with the design trends for 2018, kick start the New Year with floors to die for! Get your floor game on point with BFT’s customizable options that are a blend of handcrafted heritage and contemporary floorings. It doesn’t get better than this… Truly! 

1 comment:

  1. One good design to achieve that innovative type of aesthetics is by adapting the rugging floor style. The idea is to lay pattern floor tiles in the middle and surround it with plain colored tiles thus achieving the carpet on the floor aesthetic. For more 2018 design, this list would definitely spice up your flooring game. Be sure to check it out.

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