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Spring is a time of renewal, and for many of us, that means a fresh home makeover. New designs require a lot of planning, and the floors you choose will set the foundation for your home’s style. Of course, choosing the right floors is about more than just looks; they have to perform well under decades of abuse. In this post, we’ll quickly cover a few of our top flooring options for your next spring renovation project.


LVT flooring in a dining room

Hutchinson gets a lot of rain during the spring season. That can prove challenging for floors that aren’t waterproof. If spills or moisture seep below your floor, they can soak the subfloor, which can promote mold and mildew growth.

Duomo offers a completely waterproof build. Luxury vinyl tiles naturally resist any moisture absorption. The installation process also locks moisture from seeping between each tile.

It also comes in a variety of colors and style options.


Carpet with floral patterns in a living room

Another spring time favorite is taking interior design by storm: floral patterns. This trend took off last year and has been gaining steam. As people spent more time in their homes while longing to get away, they began finding ways to incorporate the beauty of the outdoors with their interior design.

Bosquet captures this beauty perfectly. It features lightly contrasted floral patterns and comes in a variety of colors.

Bosquet is also constructed of Anso nylon. This industry-leading material is specially designed to resist stains, abrasions, and fading. So not only does it look great for the spring, it also performs well for families finding themselves more active during the season.


Stone-look LVT flooring in a kitchen

Natural stone looks are an obvious choice for spring designs, and Syracuse captures it in a style that’s perfect for any room. The travertine look is another trend that’s taking off, and Syracuse blends it with the exceptional durability and waterproof performance of

It’s also available in a matching wall tile for a more holistic design.

Eclipse Oak

If your home’s style is beginning to feel a little dated, Eclipse Oak just might be the refresher you need this spring. Blond planks are trending right now, as are bold patterns. Eclipse Oak offers both and comes in a variety of color options.

It also features an engineered build. Engineered planks feature a layered design that offers more stability, durability, and moisture resistance. They were designed as a much needed upgrade to traditional solid hardwood planks.

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Every home and style is different. If you’re ready to make an informed choice, visit Hutchinson’s leading flooring experts at CarpetsPlus today!