CARPET ONE FLOOR AND HOME EXPANDS WITH ADDITION OF NEW MEMBERS

March 13, 2023

Carpet One Floor & Home continues to expand with the addition of eight new members and nine locations. The new members joined the flooring cooperative in the first quarter of 2023. 

The new members are:

  • Mark McCartney of McCartney Carpet Flooring & Window Coverings; Westfield and Wautoma, WI
  • Wilson Velez of Philadelphia Flooring Solutions Carpet One Floor & Home; Philadelphia, PA
  • John and Irene Cunningham of Crown Valley Flooring Carpet One Floor & Home; Laguna Niguel, CA
  • Jefferson Whitten of C.T. Carpet One Floor & Home; Charles Town, WV
  • Christy Gettman of Loveland Design Center Carpet One Floor & Home; Loveland, CO
  • Imre Borcsa of SoCal Flooring Carpet One Floor & Home; Corona, CA
  • Jeremy Johnston of Nice Carpet One Floor & Home; Newark, OH

“We welcome our new members and are excited about the collective expertise and experience they bring to our group of independent retailers. They are joining the coop at a very pivotal time, just as Retail 2.0 is being introduced in showrooms across our membership,” said John Gilbert, President of Carpet One Floor & Home.  “As members they receive the benefits of our resources, from working with national experts on consumerism and retail design. We look forward to being part of their future business success.” 

For more information about Carpet One Floor & Home, please visit carpetone.com.

CARPET ONE FLOOR & HOME ANNOUNCES TRENDING TEN 2022 FORECAST

December 16 2021

Predicting The Top 10 Flooring Styles for Next Year

Manchester, NH – Even with so many changes over the last 18 months, some things never change like the ever-present urge to update your home design with the upcoming trends. With a new year on the horizon, it’s time to break out the metaphorical crystal ball and make predictions. The home improvement industry is booming and with consumers spending so much time at home (and revamping their homes), home improvement retailers are armed with an even keener sense of what’s to come based on buying patterns and lifestyle predictions. 

Carpet One Floor & Home announces its 2022 Trending 10, a “floorcast” of the upcoming year’s top 10 most distinctive flooring trends.

1. Limitless Shades.
For 2022, look for floors that find beauty in variation. Following a season of trending monochrome palettes such as whites and beiges, bringing a little variation into the mix elevates the design and makes it easier to decorate around it with warm hues and colors. 
Get the Look:  JACKSON HILL PLANK BY INVINCIBLE H2O

2. Pet Friendly.
Active households with children and pets appreciate the functions of a floor that can handle life’s toughest mishaps. Thanks to new technology, spills, scratches, and dents don’t stand a chance against this year’s flooring products that can take on all kinds of unexpected accidents. Even homes without pets and kids can benefit from the sheer durability of this top-trending flooring that’s not only made to last, but also made to impress with its beautiful visuals. 
Get the Look: SHELBY LANE WHITE OAK BY HYDROTEK H2O IN ANTIQUE

3. Lighter Than Light.
Lighter floors will still be trending into 2022, making light hardwood such as white oak and white ash popular choices for many homeowners looking to redo their flooring. Aside from adding an airy, open vibe to your room, light colors can give your home the illusion of space. Much like mirrors, light surfaces refract light, which helps rooms that might have less windows and less natural light feel bigger and sunnier.
Get the Look: CHARLESTON PLACE BY INVINCIBLE H2O IN WINDHAM

4. Worn Out Vintage.
Vintage style has a certain timeless appeal, from the white-washed retro barn looks to distressed hand-scraped oak flooring products. This trend seeks to create interiors that feel lived-in, but also offers classically stylish looks and modern durability. 
Get the Look: PORTLAND VIEW OAK BY RUSTIC RIVER IN HIGH RIDGE

5. Au Natural.
Whether it’s wood, limestone, or greenery, bringing the outside in will continue to bloom into 2022. Paired with other natural finishes or a variety of materials, these elements simply breathe life into a space –fresh indoor plants, cozy wool throws, and the healing properties of nature.  Using natural materials such as wood, limestone, and slate in your flooring will ground your home design in organic authenticity. 
Get the Look: LIBERTY GROVE BY BEL TERRA IN WINTER WHITE

6. Shades of Blue.
For those looking to bring a bit of color into the home, but aren’t sure which palette to pick from, just do blue. Expect to see blue used in flooring either as an unexpected pop of color or as neutral addition to a space. 
Get the Look: OAKMONT HILL BY TIGRESSA IN MARINA

7. Hybrid Workspaces.

The new year will see more work-from-home time, so it’s important that your flooring has a positive impact on productivity. Upgrade home offices with floors that function well and feel good, and you will see a lift in not only your spirits, but your workflow. 
Get the Look: BEST OF SHOW BY TIGRESSA IN IVORY LACE

8. Cozy Comfort.
Nostalgia is real, so the trend of returning to basics like warm cottagecore, wallpapered walls, and vintage furniture will take center stage. Consumers are craving the warmth of a soft carpet underfoot, and there’s nothing more satisfying than getting out of bed in the morning to sink your toes into a cozy carpet. 
Get the Look: ORCHARD STONES BY OATH BY RESISTA IN ALOE

9. Charm and Character.
While many up-and-coming styles feature modern looks, the charm and character of a floor that feels warm and natural has a way of making its way back into homes —and next year is no different. With the popularity of styles like modern farmhouse and shabby chic, there’s evidence that this trend is hot for 2022.
Get the Look: MONTEREY HEIGHTS BY RUSTIC RIVER IN NATURE TRAIL

10. Patterns Galore.
Not to be confused with antique motifs and ‘80s flecked movie theater carpets, patterned carpeting is trending in 2022. Patterns can be an understated element used to elevate your design, especially since they give a space dimension and lend a special warmth to the room. Incorporate some patterns whether with subtle texture or a spicy animal-print area rug in the home office. 
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For more information, please visit Carpet One’s Trending 10