Design Essentials

Best Laminate Flooring Colors for 2016

There is so much to choose from when it comes to home décor. And no matter what trend you’re in love with, there’s a laminate floor that will help you create the amazing space you’ve dreamed of. How do you know what is the best laminate flooring for your home? Laminate floors have come a long way in the last 10 years and innovative new colors are just the beginning.

This spring Quick•Step launches three new laminate flooring styles into their premium EnviqueCollection that are guaranteed to add sizzle to any room décor. Leading the trend for custom and premium looks in prefinished floors, these new styles feature refined rustic looks.

Introducing three great new floors

New! Memoir Oak

Our exquisite Memoir Oak planks look like they’ve been sandblasted to create a highly textured visual. The muted brown tones of the floor pair beautifully with a rustic look, but would be right at home in a mid-century modern or contemporary design.

Memoir Oak Planks – Envique™ Collection, Laminate Flooring by Quick•Step

Our exquisite Memoir Oak planks look like they’ve been sandblasted to create a highly textured visual. The muted brown tones of the floor pair beautifully with a rustic look, but would be right at home in a mid-century modern or contemporary design.

New! Gable Oak

Our new Gable Oak planks feature a highly textured surface that looks like skip sawn cuts in a pickled oak finish. The soft greyed tones add a unique texture to the floor that lightens any room.

Gable Oak Planks – Envique™ Collection, Laminate Flooring by Quick•Step

Our new Gable Oak planks feature a highly textured surface that looks like skip sawn cuts in a pickled oak finish. The soft greyed tones add a unique texture to the floor that lightens any room.

New! Bridal Pine

Finally! A white floor! White is hot right now, and the Bridal Pine planks are one of the best laminate flooring colors for 2016.

Bridal Pine Planks – Envique™ Collection, Laminate Flooring by Quick•Step

Finally! A white floor! White is hot right now, and the Bridal Pine planks are a great option. Not only do they bring the classy look of white into your rooms (museum chic, anyone?) their surface texture mirrors the amazing look of charred pine. So you get the cool tone of white with the white hot feel of char. It’s quite a combination. White floors are proving to be one of the best laminate flooring colors this season. Pair them with our black Tuxedo Pine floors for a truly unique design.

 

Color is just the beginning

With a unique combination of true-to-nature looks and innovative technologies, the Envique Collection from Quick•Step surpasses all other laminate floors in both beauty and performance.

Ultra realistic décors rich in subtle tones that reflect the latest in interior design trends, and an innovative deep texture process that creates deeper surface impressions for more defined graining.

With our GenuEdge Technology, the surface design actually “rolls over” the beveled edge to provide the most realistic hardwood look.

The final piece of the puzzle is our HydroSeal coating that repels water on both the surface and the joint, preventing spills from seeping into the core. It’s so effective, we offer a 24-hour spill protection guarantee.

Gable Oak Planks - Laminate Flooring by Quick•Step

Check out the entire Envique Collection

The Envique Collection offers a complete assortment of beautiful offerings — with choices from all areas of the color wheel — at us.quick-step.com. With their exceptional beauty and amazing performance, you’re sure to find the floor color that’s perfect for your home.

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Grey, white, blonde, chocolate, auburn. Colored floors are hot in 2016. #trending

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2 Comments

  • C
    May 20, 2016 at 12:06 pm

    Is it possible to see a picture of the Envique Memoir Oak plank in a room?

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