How to Pick the Right Hardwood Floor Color

hardwood floor colorDid you know that hardwood flooring comes in a large variety of colors? From light to dark wood and everything in between, there have never been more options to choose from. This is great news for homeowners interested in hardwood flooring installation. A variety of color allows you to select a color that fits your personal style. A hardwood flooring specialist will be able to offer advice regarding which options will be best for you. But for now, here are several great tips to keep in mind as you choose the right hardwood floor color.

Consider All the Factors

Before making your final hardwood floor color decision, consider your room size, ceiling height, wall color, and wall texture. It’s easy enough to repaint, but your floor should match your space.

Small and Dark Don’t Mix

You should be wary of using darker toned hardwood floor colors for rooms that are small in size. Small rooms with low ceilings and dark walls are particularly ill-suited for darker floors. This combination makes the space in question appear gloomy.

Natural Tones Hide Imperfections Best

While refinishing hardwood floors is always an option, it’s better to keep your hardwood blemish free. Accidents do, however, happen. If you have pets or kids and know dents are likely, consider a natural wood tone because it will hide imperfections better.

Ready to Pick Out Your Hardwood Floor Color?

Are you ready to speak with a professional about your hardwood floor color selections? Whether you know exactly what you want or need some additional guidance, Ken’s Custom Floors can help. We offer a wide variety of hardwood flooring services. Information about them and our company can be found on our website. We also offer free in-home estimates. To schedule an appointment with one of our hardwood flooring contractors, call , call (360) 775–2134.

Edited by Justin Vorhees

Hardwood Floor Installation

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