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Airy white washes and gentle greys are the new neutral palette in hardwoods. A pale, antiqued floor can softly brighten a smaller room and add an open, airy feel.
Wide planks inspired by 19th-century homes are making a 21st-century statement. Try planks at least 5 inches wide to enhance the natural beauty of any wood type.
Renewed interest in artisan and vintage styles is putting textured hardwoods in the spotlight. Hand-scraped and wire-brushed surfaces are on the rise, along with authentically aged and weathered driftwood looks.
Floors with contrasting colors create a striking base for any room. Keep your decor simple & clean, and these floors will fill your home with character and charisma.
Mixed width floors give your eye just enough variety. This flooring trend makes each floor look like a unique work of art, without getting too busy.
Try pairing rich, dark floors with white walls to create a statement. This look gives you a crisp, clean feel but keeps your home warm and inviting.