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Three top hardwood flooring trends

Friday, February 25, 2022 7:51 PM

Wood flooring has undoubtedly withstood the test of time! This alluring classic goes back centuries and remains the preferred choice among potential buyers when exploring a home purchase.

Wood floors are versatile enough to fit into any decor, durable, and easy to maintain. Most of all, they add value to a property. Here's what you can expect to see this year.

1. Oak

Okay, so this isn't a new trend, but it's been the king of floors for a long time and will probably remain indefinitely. Oak has a delicate grain pattern and consistent color; it is easily accessible and is one of the more affordable woods.

This solid hardwood flooring has a smooth elegance that works with almost any decor.

2. Engineered wood floors

Both engineered and solid wood look similar on the surface and can be refinished and add value to a property. The difference, however, is in the construction, which makes engineered floors more stable and better able to handle moisture.

Manufacturers are also creating larger color palettes, patterns, and plank sizes. Time to take another look! You can get samples from our hardwood flooring company.

3. It's all about color this year

There's a new gray in town. It's been popular for a while, but now it's combined with colors like brown and beige to create new shades like charcoal and greige.

Like "Bleached" in the Chevreaux Collection by Karastan-BelleLuxe, light colors are said to change the face of interior design. This wood flooring can be contemporary, traditional, coastal, or more.

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We've been family-owned and operated since 1969. So whether you want engineered or solid hardwood flooring, we’ll help you transform your home. Visit our showroom in Steamboat Springs, CO. We look forward to seeing the residents of Milner, Hayden, Oak Creek, Phippsburg, Craig, Walden, and Kremmling.