It’s impossible to ignore the fact that hardwood flooring is one of the biggest trends in flooring today, with a huge variety of styles, species, and finishes crafted by leading flooring manufacturers. Hardwood flooring is the perfect foundation for your overall design vision, with the ability to transform the look of your room depending on the color, plank sizes, or wood type. With so many gorgeous styles of hardwood flooring to choose from at Jabara’s in Wichita, Kansas, we’ve pulled together top hardwood flooring color trends across the industry to help inspire you.
Light and Open
Blonde tones of hardwood flooring, or bleached hardwood floors, are currently trending in the interior design world. Light color floors can make a space feel light, airy, and more open. Check out Anderson Hardwood Bernina Hickory in color Scalino, and engineered hardwood floor offered in stylish 5-inch wide planks. For an even lighter visual, Jabara’s also recommends whitewashed hardwood floors which can elevate the style factor in spaces like chic urban lofts or serene coastal settings.
A more traditional visual that’s easing its way back mainstream with textured variations is warm honey-colored hardwood floors. With a brown versus red undertone, warm honey floors pair well with the modern farmhouse decor trend giving a space a feeling of inviting warmth. For inspiration, check out this gorgeous distressed solid Appalachian Ridge Hardwood in color River Canyon by Armstrong.
We all know that grey remains on-trend in interior design, and we’re seeing the popular color in hardwood flooring as well. Grey striations in hardwood flooring have the ability to pull in grey pain, grey furniture, and other grey home accessories, achieving a stylish and cohesive space. For a gorgeous grey-toned hardwood floor, consider Acacia in Pearl Grey by Shaw Floors, an engineered hardwood floor featuring large 60-inch wide planks.
Deep and Rich
For homeowners that prefer a rich hardwood flooring reminiscent of espresso beans or dark chocolate, we’re seeing stunning dark hardwood floors that even feature some black striations. We’re loving Albermale Hickory in Bayou Brown by Shaw Floors, a distressed engineered hardwood floor, which is sure to add depth and drama to your home.
We hope these hardwood flooring color trends have inspired you as you select beautiful new hardwood flooring for your home. For more hardwood flooring color inspiration, be sure to check out our Hardwood Inspiration Gallery or stop by our showroom for a free consultation with one of our experience design professionals.