Hardwood Floor Contrast Design

by Sorin Giurca on July 27, 2018

hardwood floor contrast designContrast Is King in Reno/Tahoe

When choosing the hardwood flooring type and color schemes for your home or office, it’s important to think in terms of hardwood floor contrast design and continuity. Today I want to discuss both dark and light contrast in your hardwood flooring design choices, as a way of integrating continuity throughout your Reno/Tahoe home or office.

Installing a light or dark hardwood flooring scheme in your home or office will provide a lasting foundation for all your decor choices moving forward. Knowing the best way to integrate your ideas into clear design themes is why you should always hire a professional.

Choose Your New Hardwood Flooring Carefully

With new construction projects, you get to choose the colors and materials for cabinets, walls, baseboards, and flooring. As I’m sure you’re well aware, some choices are more difficult to change once they have been executed. This is especially true for hardwood flooring; once you have installed your hardwood flooring for contrast and design, it will last for as long as your new building stands. Therefor, it needs to be something you absolutely LOVE.

Hardwood Floor Contrast Design Can Make Your Interiors Timeless

Your hardwood floor contrast design can be used to make a large room look warm and inviting, or to lighten up an otherwise dark room. Your choices will have a lasting affect on the overall look and feel of your home or office for years and years. An experienced artisan will be the best person to help you truly plan for what you want that end result to accomplish.

Because your new hardwood flooring can last as long as your new home or office will stand, the contrast design choices you make today will impact everything from future décor to resale value.

Artisan Hardwood Floors is Your Best Choice

At Artisan Hardwood Floors, we have years of experience installing hardwood floors, both dark and light. We can provide you with informed, professional guidance about where a darker or lighter hardwood flooring contrast design will be most beneficial in your new Reno/Tahoe home or office. After all; you can repaint your walls on a whim, but your hardwood flooring choice is a long-term commitment.

We want you to be happy with your hardwood flooring, now and for years to come. Please don’t hesitate to stop by to discuss your specific needs with us in person. Or you can simply contact us and schedule a complimentary consultation. We’ll even come down to your build site if that’s more convenient for you.

Sorin Giurca

Master Craftsman, Artisan, Owner

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