Hardwood flooring comes in a wide variety of colors and tones, which can sometimes make picking the right one a difficult decision. Read on for why the experts at Floor Coverings International Triad think you can never go wrong with a beautiful dark color for your hardwood! 

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It adds value to your home

You may know that hardwood is a timeless favorite for most homes, but did you know that it actually increases the value of your house? Dark hardwood, in particular, is always extremely popular with buyers as it provides an upscale appearance. If you’re looking for a flooring option that will add to your home investment, look no further than a dark hardwood.

You can enhance any décor style

Dark hardwoods have a way of upgrading the décor they are paired with. If you prefer a more modern look, pair them with high contrast white or light-toned furniture pieces to create impact. The outcome will be a clean, artful look.

If your home design is warm and cozy, dark hardwood can add a certain richness and depth that adds to the atmosphere. Wide-cut planks, in particular, can enhance this décor and provide a classic look for your home.

Wood Floors TriadIt hides imperfections as your home ages naturally

Just like walls, lighter color flooring will inherently show more ripples, texture, discoloration, and imperfection in the material. And while with good maintenance your hardwood will be primed to last a lifetime, no home is immune to aging. With a darker wood, this will be minimized greatly in appearance, giving your home a timeless grace. What’s more, choosing a matte or low-sheen finish will maintain the quality even longer than those of glossier variety.

Get Started Today

Interested in installing one of our many Dark Hardwood options in your home? Contact our team at Floor Coverings International Triad to schedule a free in-home consultation. We are proud to serve Winston-Salem, Greensboro, High Point  and the surrounding areas.

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