Herringbone is much more accessible than chevron, making it the more popular option. Longer herringbone patterns are going to be super hot over the next year, especially among young homeowners. Will the herringbone wood trend last in 2019 and beyond? This trend isn’t likely to last forever, but it sure looks pretty while it’s here. Diagonal / Angled Wood Floors
Will the diagonal wood trend last in 2019 and beyond? Can it still be a trend if it’s uncommon? I think so. Yes, expect to see these angled wood floors every once in awhile for decades to come. The rareness, in my opinion, means this trend won’t quickly grow old like others – I expect it to have a longer shelf life.
This is one trend you can expect to see every year in every style for the foreseeable future. Longer, wider planks make your room look larger, more open and less busy. Soon, short, thin planks will be seen as outdated. In fact, I would venture to guess that going with smaller planks could significantly reduce your home’s resale value. And also, they just won’t look as good. Now, I do think we’ll get to a point where enough is enough already and we will stay at these new traditional sizes so don’t go buying one plank of wood for your entire hallway. That would look weird. But we definitely recommend getting on board with the large plank trend! Will the wide plank wood trend last in 2019 and beyond? Manufacturers are only trending towards even wider and longer planks;This trend will soon become a classic staple and will likely last the test of time.
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