The biggest buzzwords in the hardwood flooring industry right now are reclaimed, wide, and black! Now, you can get all three trends in one beautiful hardwood floor.
Reclaimed hardwood floors
Choosing reclaimed hardwood for your floors is the ultimate “green” choice and one that weighs heavily in a customer’s choice of wood. Environmental responsibility is the number one trend, not just in hardwood flooring, but for any material that you use to build and maintain your home. If new mill direct hardwood flooring from a sustainable forest is like driving a Prius, then using reclaimed wood is like riding a bicycle.
Wide plank hardwood flooring
If you live in an old Colorado home or mountain style cabin, wide plank will help keep the rustic, historic integrity of your home. Of course, wide planks come in all types of wood, and can be made to fit the aesthetics of a sleek, modern home, as well as an old farmhouse style home from the Colorado plains, to the Rocky Mountain range. Wide planks can make a room more harmonious, instead of slimmer planks that can make a room look too busy.
A black or dark chocolate wide plank floors can be a bold, dramatic statement. Matching dark floor with light colored furniture will prevent the room from appearing smaller. One thing to take into consideration is that dark floors are made dark using a stain. If a scratch appears on your floors, it will be more visible as the natural light wood will shine through the dark stain.
Hardwood flooring installation experts in Colorado
We install new prefinished & site-finished hardwood flooring in both commercial and residential spaces. Nail down, glue down, or floating floors, we do it all. From simple red oak strip flooring to antique reclaimed planks with complex patterns and inlays – our craftsmen will thrill you with their expertise and attention to detail. We install owner-supplied material, or you can purchase from our terrific selection of prefinished and site-finished products. Many of our products come mill-direct and bring you outstanding value. If you’re having trouble selecting the proper floor, schedule a free design consultation with a hardwood flooring craftsman.