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Think of reinventing. Take your space that may have a lot of color, texture, and patterns and start all over. Create an open space with a clean, crisp, yet inviting traditional interior feel with a modern and timeless twist. Choose muted, soft neutrals for the walls and larger furniture coupled with statement, jewel-toned accent decorative pieces. Reduce the number décor possessions on display, focus on the architectural details, and put your floor on display.
Navy, and brilliant shades of blue are timeless and classic interior colors. Deeper blues are rich and bold – perfect for accent pieces of furniture, décor, or as an accent wall. The intensity is eye catching and creates a vibrant focal point. Lighter shades of blue make a room feel bright and enhance natural light. Pair your versatile moody blue with almost any style floor.
GO BOLD OR GO HOME
Whether it’s a vibrant new floor or a quick refresh adding splashes of cheery greens, luscious reds, or radiant purples – be bold. Adding bright colors in a room with muted wall color energizes the space. Earthier colors give a more calming and comforting feel to the room. Pick one or two colors for a room with minimal furniture so that each piece makes its own statement.
FLAWS ADD CHARACTER
Chatters, hand-scraped, knots, and rich mineral streaks… We call that beautiful imperfections. These details in your floor create a natural, authentic look. Add a pop of color on the walls and complementary accessories in an organized space for a fresh, clean look.
GREY IS THE NEW NEUTRAL
No longer are the beige color carpets your only choice when looking for a neutral floor to work well with your interior design. Smokey greys and charcoals are becoming more popular and give your space an enlarged look. Combine a fashionable grey tone with light color walls for a dramatic contrast.
INVITING FEEL USING LIGHTER SHADE
Blonde and beige color floors give your room an inviting, spacious feel. These are also great color floors to create a contrasting, dimensional space when paired with medium or darker color furniture or kitchen interior. Push the boundaries with textured or patterned walls to express your personality.
MATTE, OIL FINISHED LOOK
Low-luster, matte finish floors are growing in popularity. It allows natural beauty and vivid tones of the floor to illuminate. Combine your matte finish floor with stylish accent pieces paired with solid color furniture for an inspirational new look.
RICH, DARK, SOPHISTICATING TONES
Darker chocolate and cognac color floors make a statement. They make the room feel more intimate and inviting. Add a unique, complementary look to your space by pairing a rich, dark floor with light walls or furniture. In a formal space, limit your pieces of furniture to keep the space elegant yet inviting. Let your floors do the talking.
TIME-WORN, WEATHERED BY THE ELEMENTS
A rustic, beautifully aged looking floor adds natural character to any room. Wire-brushing, saw marks, and light chipping create a weathered look. Let your floor steal the show using simple interior design. Artisan floors full of character have the versatility to create the country-life look or a more modern style appeal.
WARM GOLDEN HUES TO ADD DEPTH AND EASY TO COORDINATE
Reds, ambers, and crimson tones found in popular species like Hickory and Brazilian Cherry add vibrancy and are easy to coordinate with existing furniture or cabinetry. They’re colors that make any room feel comfortable and inviting. A new floor along with simple updates like changing the hardware on your cabinets are an effortless refresh that can make all the difference.
WIDER PLANKS CREATE AN EXPANSIVE LOOK TO ANY ROOM
Increasing in popularity are wider and longer plank floors. Magically, the oversized planks give any room a spacious feel. Keep your room feeling this way by balancing out where your furniture is positioned throughout the space so the room flows.