Hickory Virginia Distressed Hardwood Flooring
Sometimes when clients visit our showroom looking to redo their floors, they do not always know where to begin. One of the questions they ask us is “What if the floor doesn’t match my furniture?” In a lot of home renovations or even new builds, a trend that is becoming more and more popular is for people to install hardwood throughout the entire home. This means not only will the flooring be a part of every room in the home, it will inevitably turn into a very important feature that can define the character and style represented in the home. This is why a high quality hardwood floor that will last over time is a big investment that requires careful selection.
Furthermore, once a client has decided they want to install hardwood throughout the entire home, it is a big decision seeing as once the floor is put down, it is much more difficult to replace, as opposed to switching it out like furniture. By keeping this in mind, clients should envision their new floor as a character defining feature and element they love. It should not just be seen as the finishing touch or accessory that brings the room together but more so like the canvas for the artwork. Investing the money in a good quality hardwood floor that has the right stain and finish for the project in question leaves the door open for limitless possibilities when designing the rest of the home.