Adorn Your Home With Natural Wood Tone Flooring
In 2018, the trend of dark wood floors has been declining in many homes. Homeowners are looking to brighten their home with lighter toned wood floors, and they are using a matte finish to make their wooden floors look more natural. Engineered and recycled wood are still popular in homes, but if you would prefer an alternative, there are tile and vinyl options that resemble a real wooden floor.
A light wood floor can be used in any room of your home. You can even pair it with other elements to create your own style.
Use the following ideas to adorn your home with natural wood tone flooring.
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Wood On Wood
What a better element to pair with your wooden floor than a wooden dining table? It creates a warm atmosphere that is fitting of any kitchen. You can pair the table and floor with white cabinetry and seating, as well as stainless steel appliances, to give it a modern vibe. Finish it off with a wood-colored pendant light above the dining table.
Burst of Color
It is easy to add a burst of color when you’re working with light wood floors. Of course, you want to use a color that looks great with a natural wood tone. You can never go wrong with a dark blue shade, which you can use on your kitchen cabinets. The floor and cabinets both look great with stainless steel appliances and white walls. You can also add warmer shades with red and orange pillows in your breakfast nook, as well as a matching patterned rug.
Bright Cozy Look
You can use a light wood floor to not only brighten up your space, but to add a cozy look to your living room. Imagine the sunlight hitting your natural wood tone floor when you open a window. Use an area rug to create a cozy, layered look, and consider pairing it with throw pillows in a similar color. Remember not to cover your entire floor with the rug, as you want its natural beauty to shine under the light.
Paired With Neutrals
You can also add color by pairing your light wood floors with neutral shades. One example is your bedroom, and a neutral palette is great if you don’t want to use vibrant colors. Start with a white curtain and matching walls. Use black furniture such as your nightstand to add a darker shade, and finish it off with white and dark gray bedding.
A Modern Bathroom
There is no rule that says you have to use tiled flooring in your bathroom. But then again, you can always go with tiles that look like natural wood flooring, and you don’t have to worry about slipping or water damage. You can even use wood, or a material that resembles wood, on the outside of your bathtub. Pair the natural wood tone floor with beige walls, white cabinets and white fixtures.
Whether you’re using real wood, or materials that resemble a real wood, you can brighten your space with natural tone wood flooring.