It's often said that changing the floors is the easiest way to upgrade your home. While solid hardwood flooring is classic and timeless, there’s no reason why you can’t do that with color.

Just sand and re-stain them

Lighter tones are all the rage, predominantly gray, greige, whitewashed, and blond. They're even said to change the face of interior design because they coordinate with almost anything.

Honey/copper is the compromise if you aren’t ready to go all in. They combine warmth and a light hue.

Dark floors, by the way, will never go out of style. On the contrary, they keep getting darker and richer.

Other trends to watch out for in wood flooring are:

Textures: trending hot!

Textures are what put the finishing touch on wood floors. They often have a rustic feel, but with the right furnishings, they can work just as well in other decors.

Brushed texture refers to scraping away the outer layers to expose the heartwood. This has a lightly distressed look.

A hand scraped one uses a long knife to make scratches. Every plank is different, and the floorboards have a unique color variation.

Distressed looks go all out. Scratches, scrapes, and burn holes make the floors look beat up.

Visit our hardwood flooring company to see our beautiful wood floors from brands like Mohawk, Somerset, and more.

Engineered hardwood

Did you know there are two versions of hardwood? Engineered looks like solid hardwood flooring with all the colors, knots, grains, and undertones.

The construction, however, makes it more stable and better able to handle water. As a result, it's taking a significant share of the wood flooring industry because it appeals to those who want both beauty and practicality.

Why go anywhere else for flooring?

At Roman Floors & Remodeling, we have everything you could ever want. Years of experience, combined with a large inventory, personal service, and skilled, craftsman-like installers. Visit us today for your hardwood flooring upgrade.

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