Top 2020 Commercial Flooring Trends

If your commercial space, whether that be a traditional office or a retail location, needs new flooring, you may be overwhelmed with options. Trying to find the perfect balance of aesthetic appeal and functionality can be a daunting challenge. Luckily, virtually every other commercial property owner is facing the same challenge, and so trends that fit these common needs often arise in the commercial flooring space at the start of each new year. From wood-look flooring to office carpeting, here are some of the top commercial flooring trends expected for 2020. 

Wood-look Commercial Flooring

Flooring that replicates the appearance of natural hardwood has been a top flooring trend for years on end, and 2020 won’t be any different. The sophistication and timelessness of wood flooring can be replicated with enhanced durability through wood-look laminate, vinyl, or ceramic tile flooring. These alternatives allow companies to enjoy the appearance of natural hardwood without the high cost or difficult installation. They also have lower long-term maintenance requirements, making them ideal for areas that will receive high foot traffic or have lots of heavy furniture.

Polished Concrete Commercial Flooring

Polished concrete is rising dramatically in popularity as a more modern design style with incredible practicality for high traffic areas. Polished concrete fits the style of many new buildings, matching the grays and whites popular in contemporary design. It also offers enhanced durability and functionality over other flooring types. It won’t wear out over time, and you won’t need to worry about replacing it in a few years’ time. It’s also an incredibly low-maintenance option. Quarterly buffing and annual sealing are all it takes to keep your polished concrete commercial flooring looking its best.

Carpets for Individual Offices

Although there has been a slight move away from commercial carpeting for common areas in office spaces, commercial carpet for individual offices is only increasing in popularity. Carpeting is favored for offices because it absorbs sound, allowing office tenants to have a more private and quiet space to work. It also has a warmer and more inviting feeling than hard flooring, which many employees prefer for their private office. It allows them to feel like they’re more at home in their office and makes their time there more pleasant while still maintaining a professional design throughout the space. 

If you’re designing or renovating your commercial space this year, look to 2020’s most popular commercial flooring design trends for inspiration. They offer versatile aesthetic appeal and enhanced durability and functionality for a space that’s as beautiful as it is easy to maintain. Impress clients, keep employees happy, and save yourself money over time by investing in the best commercial flooring option for your business needs. Contact a commercial flooring contractor like JKP Flooring for assistance choosing the ideal flooring option for your business’s unique requirements. Give us a call at (800) 500-5739 and we’d be happy to provide you with a free estimate and more information about our non-disruptive installation techniques. For a commercial flooring contractor you can trust, look no further than JKP Flooring!