Traditionally, flooring treatments have been separated by "transition strips"—narrow boards that neatly cut off wood or carpeted sections of a room—but now, homeowners and designers are doing away with the defined separation in favor of something far more interesting.
Transitional flooring, also known as tile transitioning, is a new design trend that features flushed tile and hardwood in the same room, and it's taking over Pinterest. The treatment does away with segmented spaces and instead allows the two flooring materials to meet and even mingle, according to My Domaine. No hard-and-fast flooring rules here!
The trend, previously seen in cafes and restaurants around the world, is now going mainstream and finding its way into homes. One of the most popular combinations features hexagonal tiles and wooden floorboards, however, there are plenty of other ways to fashion the idea in your own home. Here are some of our favorite examples.
From: Country Living US