Hardwood floors have become one of the most popular choices in every area of the home, including the bathroom. By taking a few extra precautions, wood floors can function in bathrooms as well as they do everywhere else. Moreover, unlike most other bathroom flooring choices, wood floors can be periodically refinished and resealed, increasing their practicality.
Just in time for the Holiday Season, here is our own fun version of the classic “12 Days” tune to get those visions of wide plank hardwood floors dancing in your head.
Moisture in the air (or lack thereof) affects everything around us, but have you ever considered how humidity is affecting your wood flooring? Most likely you have not, but it is helpful knowledge to have when selecting wood floors for your home and as you are enjoying them after installation.
There is no denying that hardwood floors are beautiful. They add value to a home and they generally make for a great investment. That said, many people still shy away from installing hardwood floors, or even exploring how and where they could be used, due to a handful of myths. It’s time to debunk those myths for good!
When choosing your hardwood floors, don’t be scared to step out of the box and express your personal style. Opting for a custom texture finish can be just the right ingredient to make your floors stand out.
Walnut is a very strong and stable wood that is easily workable and boasts a beautiful color, making it an ideal hardwood flooring choice to add warmth and beauty to any space.
If a floor remodel was on your list of resolutions for 2017, there’s still plenty of time to get your project off the ground. Many of the hottest trends for 2017 continue to gain in popularity and don’t appear to be slowing down anytime soon. Not surprisingly, hardwood floors, specifically wide plank floors, are holding strong with all the top designers.
Ash is an extremely sturdy hardwood with an even and straight grain that makes a beautiful addition to any area. Since ash is so robust, it can be laid in high traffic areas with little concern for impairing the wood.
From Abraham to Viking long ships, to King Arthur, to your home, oakwood has a timeless and classic look, making it a popular choice for hardwood flooring. Whether you are building a new home to create a lifetime of memories with your family or simply upgrading a quiet corner getaway, oak adds warmth and character to any room.
When selecting the right wood species for your hardwood flooring, there are several things to consider. Your choice should not only reflect your lifestyle and the way you use the space, but also complement the style and decor of your home.