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Five Carpets Trends for 2021 – from Homes & Gardens

A recent article in Homes and Gardens looks at eight carpets trends you can expect to be popular across the UK in 2021. From back-to-nature beauty to must-have maximalism and playing with pattern… their look at carpet trends reveals interesting results.

1. The Natural Look

The enduring back-to-nature trend will carry through and be big news for 2021. “Think natural materials like wool, sisal and jute, and warm, earthy tones to create a mindful and restful space.” says Alexandra Hindle, Marketing Executive at Cormar Carpets, which Yours4Floors are delighted to be a leading stockist for.

2. The Hotel Luxury Feel

“With comfort and wellbeing at the forefront of many homeowners’ priorities, plush carpets will be particularly on trend for 2021,” says Natalie Vest, fitted flooring buyer at John Lewis. “Indulging in a velvet style pile or a luxurious chunky loop helps to create a soft and sumptuous environment. Perfect for low footfall spaces, such as bedrooms or home offices, these bring a hotel-style luxury into your home.”

3. Bright and Bold

“With comfort and wellbeing at the forefront of many homeowners’ priorities, plush carpets will be particularly on trend for 2021,” says Natalie Vest, fitted flooring buyer at John Lewis. “Indulging in a velvet style pile or a luxurious chunky loop helps to create a soft and sumptuous environment. Perfect for low footfall spaces, such as bedrooms or home offices, these bring a hotel-style luxury into your home.”

4. Play with Patterns

Industry experts agree that we will be getting more adventurous for 2021, mixing patterned carpets with printed sofas for a head-turning interior. Be brave folks! We offer a wide range of patterns carpets from leading manufacturers.

5. The Maximalism Look

2021 carpet trends are all about expressing yourself – don’t be afraid to show off your personality. Brintons’ Jodie Hatton says: “Maximalism is all about breaking the rules. Let your creativity run wild with this fun trend which is making a massive come back, especially in the carpet industry. Mis-matched colour combinations and clashing patterns define the contemporary idea of maximalism; it’s all about self-expression.”

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