View our most popular flooring colours
The classic look of timber flooring will forever be a favourite. It's timeless beauty and natural tones create a warm and inviting atmosphere no matter what the room. Choosing the right colour for your flooring can be an important decision as after all, it will determine the interior theme that the room will take on. View Carpet Court's most popular flooring colour options below and browse our range to find the perfect solutuon for your home.
Find inspiration with our stunning range of blackbutt flooring options
Find inspiration with our stunning range of spotted gum flooring options
Find inspiration with our stunning range of oak flooring options
What are the most popular colours of timber flooring?
The appeal of timeless timber flooring is the abundance of natural woodgrain colours and textures which perfectly suit any home environment. Both the refreshingly cool, light tones and the rich, warm hues of natural timber such as Spotted Gum are always fashionable in Australian homes.
The stunning woodgrain patterns of oak makes the Balmain Oak Wideboard range popular with many, particularly the deep brown hues of Aged Oak, the two-toned effect of Smoked Oak and the cool greys displayed by Highland Oak. Three very different colours, but all three are favourite colours.
The Stockman’s Ridge collection showcases the natural warmth of Australian red soil in a smooth, flawless grain. Jarrah is a popular colour due to its ability to enhance the character of older homes while also providing a warm contrast to cool colour schemes in modern homes. Blackbutt is simply soothing while Grey Ironbark warms the heart and soul of the home.
While there is always a dark colour option in most timber flooring collections, the lighter shades of the Bespoak range and the silky-smooth greys in the Palazzo collection perfectly complement modern home designs with spacious open plan areas.
What are the most popular colours of bamboo flooring?
Carpet Court’s bamboo flooring range is available in five versatile colours to blend with any home environment. The naturally outdoorsy look of bamboo is retained in the Natural stain while Champagne, Coffee, Brushed Antique and Australiana are all on bamboo’s best-seller list.
What is the most popular colour flooring for the kitchen?
Hybrid and vinyl floors are the perfect solution for wet areas of the home such as kitchens and bathrooms. These floating floor products are gracing many modern homes simply because they offer a seamless flow from room to room and especially throughout open plan kitchen, dining and living areas.
When the starting point is crisp white or soft grey interior colour schemes, the natural warm hues showcased in the Hybrid Pinnacle range provide a flawless finish. We know how excited our pets can get at meal times, so the kitchen is the ideal place for Pinnacle floors due to its innovative pet-protect engineering. Truly tasty colours such as Natural Oak and Chestnut blend easily into a contemporary environment.
Don’t be fooled by the soft and sensual colours in the Pryzm Luxury Hybrid flooring range, for Pryzm is one tough customer. 100% waterproof and sporting a first-class abrasion rating, Przym’s elegant appearance belies its superior performance, even in the kitchen. You may well find a soft spot in your heart for the delightful colours in Riverbank Oak, Flooded Gum or Mountain Ash Smoked.
Against glossy white cupboards and light stone benchtops any floor in the vinyl plank range will look incredible. The diverse colours in the Harmony Plank collection allow every kitchen to be the showpiece of the home. Hoop Ash, Elegant Spotted Gum and French Oak are popular choices.
Which colours are best for making a room look bigger?
Smooth, flowing woodgrains and minimal joins help a room to look bigger, as do the lighter shades of timber, particularly when they are blending with a light colour palette in the room.
In timber flooring the Premium Oak floor includes a beautifully light and crisp colour, Arctic White. The subtle tones of Arctic White are popular colours for visually expanding small rooms and large rooms alike.
Please refer to the Hybrid Veles range if you seek a longer and wider board, for it will provide a sleeker floor with less joins. In the fresh Alabasta and Quartz colours your room will appear notably bigger.
What are the most popular light-coloured varieties?
Light-coloured floors are ideal for beachside homes, homes with pets, or simply a light and modern interior style.
We love the cool, clean look of the Kenect 5G Hybrid range while the chic and sassy oak colours in the Palazzo timber are always popular choices. Blackbutt is the colour preferred by people seeking light tones couple with warm timber hues, while hints of grey in the Bespoak timber flooring range is why it trends strongly.