Interior and Flooring Trends for 2022-2023

Interior and flooring design trends shape how people decorate and style their homes, so we’re looking at the most significant interior and flooring trends set to hit homes in 2022 and into 2023.

Neutral Colours

Neutral colours have long been popular in homes worldwide and will remain popular for the rest of 2022 and into 2023. Neutral colour choices, especially flooring, allow you to easily change other design aspects in your home, such as accessories and wall colour.

Neutral colours also give homes a soft, cosy feel, making them a comfortable and relaxing place to spend time.


Geometric Patters

Geometric patterns have always been popular and will continue to be so for the foreseeable future. This trend has been around for thousands of years and is still a popular choice in wallpapers, tiles, flooring, soft furnishings and much more.


Colour Pops

There are many ways to add a splash of colour to your home, and we love the creative ideas we see our customers use. Colour pops are a great way to add interest and depth to your home decor. This could be a brightly coloured feature wall, pops of colour in cushions or other home accessories, using colour in flooring in small rooms such as bathrooms or utility rooms and much more


Herringbone and Chevron Flooring

Herringbone flooring is very popular with our clients, and we don’t expect that to change anytime soon.   However, as consumers are always looking for the next best trend, we have a feeling that chevron might take over. Although the herringbone is extremely popular, we think the chevron will be the next favourite style. It’s a great and unique alternative in homes; it still provides the beautiful zig-zag shape people love, but in a uniform alignment that shows off the colour of each plank, whether in LVT or wood.

The beauty of wood flooring laid in these patterns (or any other way for that matter) is that when looked after correctly, wood flooring can last for decades. This longevity makes it a very sustainable and cost-effective choice for homeowners.


Sustainable Flooring

More people are choosing sustainable home flooring options as they become increasingly aware of their carbon footprint and how their buying choices affect the environment.

Sustainable flooring options such as wood, natural plant-based carpets, rubber, wool, and sisal have become popular recently, and we can’t see their popularity waning anytime soon.


If you’re looking for stylish and trendy flooring for your home to keep up with the current fashion, Virtuoso Flooring is here to help. We have a wide range of carpets, vinyl flooring, laminate flooring, luxury vinyl flooring, wood flooring and, of course, a range of sustainable flooring options.

Our new showroom can be found on Moorland Road in Bath and is open Monday to Friday from 9 am to 5:30 pm and on Saturday from 9 am to 2 pm. Alternatively, you can call us on 01225 972 715 or email, and someone will get back to you as soon as possible.

Interior and Flooring Trends

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