Real Wood flooring has been a popular flooring option for literally hundreds of years. There have been minor changes over time with regards to the preference of colours and patterns available, of which there are many.
This article looks at some of the real wood flooring options that are currently popular.
1. Grey Wood Flooring
Whilst grey colour schemes are not quite as popular as they were a couple of years ago, they are still a stylish option that is frequently used.
There are many stunning grey wood floors available which can be used to create modern and stylish spaces.
If you fancy a grey wood floor but are wondering if grey is now out of fashion, don’t worry, it’s not!
2. White Wood Flooring
White wood flooring is one of the colours that are in style at the moment, and one of the colours that is taking some of the shine away from grey colour schemes.
The colour white has forever been associated with purity, the combination of a natural product such as wood flooring and the colour white work extremely well together. The overall appearance and vibe of white wood flooring is clean, pure and natural.
White wood flooring also helps to lighten spaces and make them feel more airy.
3. Natural Medium Shade Oak Wood Flooring
Natural medium shade oak is the other colour that is stealing some of the popularity away from grey colour schemes.
Natural oak in medium shades is often considered the most natural colour of wood flooring, and it is the natural appearance that is behind the appeal of this colour and shade.
Natural coloured wood flooring also tends to be the most effective at remaining in style over the longest periods of time. It is often considered the most timeless flooring.
4. Herringbone Wood Flooring
The popularity of Herringbone wood flooring has been strong for decades, arguably centuries, this appears set to continue indefinitely.
Herringbone floors are as popular as ever. The appeal of the Herringbone design is the unique pattern, it is aesthetically pleasing to the eye and there is simply more going on when compared to straight plank flooring.
Herringbone wood floors are also available in varying plank lengths, widths and thicknesses which enables buyers to make their flooring even more unique.
5. Chevron Wood Flooring
Chevron wood flooring is another great option if you want a more detailed pattern than straight plank flooring.
Chevron has a V zig-zag pattern similar to the Herringbone zig-zag pattern, the difference between the two is the planks in Chevron match up end to end to create the V zig-zag, whereas Herringbone planks are fitted side to end to create a more true zig-zag pattern.
Chevron and Herringbone floors are very similar and deciding between the two simply comes down to preference.
6. Straight Plank Wood Flooring
Straight plank wood flooring still has a strong appeal to people that prefer a less fussy, more minimalistic style.
The minimalistic fuss free style of standard straight plank flooring, in simple rectangle boards, is arguably the most natural style of flooring.
Some of the most natural looking floors are real wood floors in Natural Oak and White colours in straight plank format.
Materials and colours that are naturally found in nature rarely go out of fashion.