Hardwoods are often a go-to for homeowners and thankfully, there are variants to choose from so you are not stuck with one choice as a homeowner who fancies hardwood. After all, variety is the spice of life and in this case, the spice of your home flooring. We have identified four domestic hardwood options for your home flooring. Go through each of them and take a pick.
Domestic Hardwood Options to Choose From
This dark and warm colored domestic hardwood comes with a luxurious and stylish finish. However, its luxury state is tender and we recommend installing it in the rooms in your home where you and your folks are less likely to pass through all the time; bedrooms are one of those rooms and a home office space or the study/game room in your home could be another.
The Black Walnut, also known as the American Walnut, is a hardwood with a color range for you to choose from. From light brown to dark brown, the black walnut hardwood is usually laced with a red undertone or a gray undertone thereby making its experience richer on the eyes. Add the swirls to the undertones it comes with and you have a marvel on the floor of your home.
You can customize the oak hardwood more than you can customize either the American Cherry or the Black Walnut. Because of its abundance in the United States, it is one of the more popular choices and one hardwood floor you can easily maintain. Colors are available such as White Oak or Red Oak and within each color choice, there are choices to be made from different shades.
Present-day looks are what /Prefinished-Solid-Maple-Flooring are made for. So if you are looking for a hardwood flooring with a contemporary look, this is it.
Though they give you modern-day looks, they are prone to somewhat losing their color from constant exposure to sunlight, therefore, we recommend flooring dimly lit rooms in your home with this type of hardwood.
Have you picked one of these domestic hardwoods already? Let us deliver the hardwood of your choosing to your doorstep, and have it installed for you.
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