Caramel coloured wooden floors

Caramel coloured wooden floors

A caramel coloured wooden floor can give a warm and inviting appeal to any room.  It is a timeless and classic choice, therefore, will never go out of fashion.  The welcoming tones of a caramel floor are easily matched to most styles and colours of interior décor, so making it a great choice for any room that needs revamping. There are many different shades of caramel coloured flooring, ranging from a deep, rich caramel brown, through to a light, subtle caramel tone on a golden coloured floor.

Caramel coloured parquet block flooring

Which wooden floors are caramel coloured?

Some species of wood have a natural caramel colour, however most have been stained or tinted to give the surface of the flooring the desired shade.  This is usually done during the manufacturing process.  Followed by a surface finish, which ensures that the wood is protected from daily wear and tear.

You would usually find Oak floors can have a caramel tone to them.  Have a look at the following recommendations:

Caramel Brown Oak Flooring

Why should I choose a caramel floor?

With a caramel wooden floor you will be getting the luxuriousness of a natural floor covering, along with the rich and warm tones of the caramel colour. If you can’t find a shade of caramel that suits your needs, one option is to have an unfinished wooden floor, and use a caramel stain on top.

We would recommend ordering some free samples of any floors that you like the look of.  This allows you to look at the colour of the floor in the comfort and lighting of your own home.

As already mention, the caramel colour is a timeless and classic choice.  It will match most decors and add warmth and charm to your home.  Furthermore, wooden floor can last a lifetime, if looked after correctly, so you will be getting a great investment too.

Finally, if you opt for engineered wooden flooring (in a caramel colour), you will also have the added benefits of its versatility.  Most of all, it can be floated over an underlay, used with underfloor heating and in conservatories, therefore giving you much more freedom and flexibility.  If you would like to know more about the benefits of engineered wood flooring, have a look at the following: Engineered Wood Flooring Benefits.

Charnwood Oak Engineered Flooring

What other colour floors could I choose instead?

There are many other colour options for wooden floors, so here are some of the most popular:

  • Grey
  • Dark Brown
  • Light Brown
  • White
  • Honey

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