Latest laminate flooring trends result in laminate that looks like real wood.

 In Features, Laminate Flooring, Trends

Laminate flooring trends have come a long way in recent times, resulting in the continual evolution of beautiful designs.

From aged, reclaimed wood to a myriad of ever-popular oak colour tones; to a huge range of other wood species and textures, the breadth of options is impressive. Indeed, if you can’t find something you like in Krono Original laminate flooring, you won’t find it elsewhere!

Latest laminate flooring trends include reclaimed wood and vintage woods with incredible depth of colour. Extra wide and long boards also appeal to many. Knots and grain variation add a touch of realism to any design.

Let’s discuss the key laminate flooring trends by the industry world leader Krono Original®

Laminate flooring designs with varying surface structures

The surface and structure of laminate flooring is of particular importance for the look and character that the floor gives your home. To laymen, the difference between laminate and real wood is no longer noticeable because laminate flooring is becoming increasingly similar to its natural model. This is also thanks to improved surface structures. You’ll notice a wide range of surface textures available that bring an impressive element to your interior.

Naturally beautiful floors

Authentic Embossed laminate flooring from Krono Original® stands for a naturally beautiful surface that is barely noticeably different from real hardwood floor. Synchronous pore combines the look of real hardwood floor with the convenience and practicality of high-quality laminate flooring. Authentic Embossed synchronous pore: authenticity that you can see and feel!

Laminate flooring designs with varying surface structures

The surface and structure of laminate flooring is especially important for the look and character that the floor gives your home. To laymen, the difference between laminate and real wood is no longer noticeable because laminate flooring is becoming increasingly similar to its natural model. This is also thanks to improved surface structures. You’ll notice a wide range of surface textures available that bring an impressive element to your interior.

Diamond Gloss

The high quality of the Authentic Embossed texture is enhanced further by the addition of contrasting multi-gloss levels from deepest matt to glossy elements, which reflect the light differently as you move around the floor. It emphasises the depth of the structure and illustrates the character of natural wood perfectly.Handscraped

Handscraped

Available on some designs is a hand scraped texture – a breathtakingly elegant and realistic oiled wood finish, with gentle irregular undulations, inspired by traditional Amish craftsmanship. The soft matt surface replicates the hardwood area of solid flooring gently polished over time due to footfall. Meanwhile, the deep matt pores are highlighted with glossy accents.

Bevel

The 4-sided bevel defines the plank edge so you may appreciate the generous plank width, adding a luxurious atmosphere to your interior. It is common for the bevel definition to be enhanced by a printed edge – this provides more definition on chosen decors, without the bevel becoming a dirt trap.

If you like the latest laminate flooring trends then wait until you see our super natural Classic Range that provides a new level of realism. The matt or satin finished surfaces with Authentic Embossed glossy or deep matt pores faithfully reproduce the most delicate features of premium quality timber to give your floor a natural look and feel.

As always, we welcome any of your questions.

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