Choosing the right hardwood floors for your home can be a daunting task. There are many things to consider, from cost to installation method to personal style. Of course, hardwood flooring isn’t immune to trends and fashion. There are a lot of factors that play into choosing a hardwood for your home. For inspiration and to talk to an expert about your hardwood flooring project, stop by one of our showrooms in Denver and Evergreen and check out some samples, many that follow a few of the hottest trends in hardwood flooring.
Wide plank hardwood flooring
Wide planks continue to dominate hardwood flooring trends. The wider, the better, and nothing is more traditional than oak flooring. For homeowners looking to get the wide plank oak flooring trend in their home, check out our engineered Stravinsky Oak flooring from Composer. This product comes in many colors and ultra wide plank. A wide plank will make any room in your home feel more grand and elegant, while still maintaining the warmth and comfort of hardwood flooring.
Long plank hardwood flooring
The longer the plank, the smoother your floors will be once installed. If you are installing hardwood flooring in a big room or your hallway, having longer boards will create more cohesion and continuity in the home than if were using shorter boards. With shorter boards, the finished look could become too choppy for a big room. The fewer breaks and gaps between boards, the more visually consistent your floors will be.
At T&G, we have our own special brand of Natural Hickory long-length hardwood flooring. Besides hitting the long plank trend, this solid hickory flooring comes in the uber trendy dark brown heartwood and can be purchased with a smooth finish or distressed finish.
Distressed hardwood flooring
Distressed or wire brushed hardwood is the newest trend on the floor. We carry the engineered White Oak Balboa flooring from Hallmark. This white oak flooring also has a hint of gray, which is becoming about as popular as the dark hardwood floors.
Gray hardwood floors
Getting a true gray for your floors to add a rustic feel to a modern or contemporary home can be a bit tricky. Some grays will go blue, others will go pink. We carry the Cannon Beach Oak from Kentwood that is a beautiful true gray.
The biggest hardwood flooring selection in Colorado
Use the hardwood flooring trends as a guide, and then talk to one of our hardwood flooring craftsmen about the best type of wood for your home. We’re one of Colorado’s largest hardwood flooring retailers, so no matter your style or your budget, we’ll be able to find beautiful hardwood flooring that is perfect for you and your home.
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