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DOMOTEX INTERIORS 58


TRENDS This year our thinking is being shaped by the experiences of


the last, according to those in the know. How that manifests itself is open to debate, but one thing is clear: it’ll help if it’s green


Words | World Show Media staff Photography | Stefano Calgaro


Interiors trends, be they colours, styles, fabrics or textures, change frequently in line with the economy and the mood that engenders. But in the fl ooring world, these changes tend to be more subtle. Even so, 2021 comes on the back of a year in which our outlook changed considerably so it was only natural that our choices had to change too. Everyone from manufacturers to architects, designers and bloggers


have been sharing views since the beginning of the year, and while individual opinions may vary, certain trends have been emerging to give us an idea of what to expect. One is our need to return to nature, given that we’ve only really experienced it from our windows lately. The natural look, one supported by a rise in the sales of house plants, will endure. Last year saw herringbone wood and luxury vinyl tiles reach new levels of popularity. This year, expect to see more of rustic parquet blocks. Whitewashed Scandinavian-style wood has recently


been seen as a good bet for fresh minimalism, especially when it also includes the ageing appearance of grains and knots. Wood continued to be the most popular fl ooring choice for many, mainly due partly to the sheer number of colours and patterns available, not to mention the ease of maintenance compared. It’s also worthwhile noting that the whitewashes


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matte and many are more subtle in character. They work best on white oak for a modern look. The mineral streaks give the wood a more linear look for a contemporary style.


Another school of thought appears to suggest a that gradual shift away from this clean, and almost clinical, aesthetic towards darker colours, such as navy and burgundy, or even industrial blacks and charcoal greys, although light ash parquet blocks


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