Trends can be specific to an industry or, more generally, with some across-the-board popularities. These are things you might want to consider when buying new floors.

Carpets are still the #1 choice among homeowners

It's elegant and comes with countless benefits. Modern technology has also enabled the mills to develop extra durability, stain resistance, and hypoallergenic versions, kid-and-pet-friendly and sustainable.

Best of all, carpets have so many styles and designs that there's something for everyone. So if you see something you love that doesn't suit your wallet, you can probably find something similar within your budget.

WPC and SPC cores

Waterproof flooring is relatively new, but it's already trending. It combines beauty with two technologically advanced cores that won't peel or ripple.

Feel free to come into our flooring company. You’ll see gorgeous wood and stone designs from brands like Beauflor, Earthwerks, Cali Bamboo, etc.


Whether sheet or luxury, all vinyl is trending. It's affordable, durable, highly stylish, and easy to maintain. Finding something that offers so much value for the decorating dollar would not be easy.

Sheet vinyl is trendy in bathrooms. The lack of seams and gaps enhances water resistance.

Luxury vinyl offers true-to-life images of wood, stone, and tile, cut into planks or tile-size squares. It is entirely waterproof whether spilled on or submerged.

Wood and marble looks

Our flooring store customers love this trend!

Inkjet Technology has enabled manufacturers to develop amazingly realistic simulations of genuine material. For example, wood looks have intricate designs with knots, raised grains, and textures.

Marble and other stones have finishes, color and veining variations, and all the "imperfections" of Mother Nature's creations.

Quality provider of new floors and installation

Flooring is a significant investment in your home. It also sets the foundation of a room's style.

Simple Floors has locations in both San Francisco & Piedmont, CA. So if you live or work in San Francisco, Oakland or Piedmont, visit us today so our staff can help you choose the right one.