You’ve discovered that our floors are beautiful—but did you know that there are other factors that should work their way into your decision-making process?
Well-crafted hardwood flooring should last a lifetime, so it’s not a choice that should be made lightly. Hardwood floors can achieve many different design aesthetics. Because every plank is different, no two floors are ever alike — something you can’t say about carpet or other flooring options.
With hardwood floors, there are other considerations to make:
There are no easy answers to these questions, but there are a few factors you can consider to help you decide.
Harder, more durable species like maple and hickory are better suited to rooms that have a lot of foot traffic and/or furniture moving around on the floor, like a dining room or office chairs.
Softer species like walnut and cherry are more delicate and work well in bedrooms, dens, and other areas where most of the foot traffic is socks-only.
Are you looking for a floor that will make a statement similar to what you see in the latest issue of Architectural Digest or Magnolia Journal? Perhaps the space needs something that’s more timeless?
Grey and cooler-toned stains are very on-trend right now, whereas brown tones are always classy and timeless.
Every space has its own unique feeling; even two rooms in the same structure can feel completely different based on how they’re designed.
Flooring is a huge part of that equation and can mean the difference between a space that’s warm and cozy and one that’s sleek and modern. Many of our flooring options can help you strike a balance that’s right for you.
This flooring checks all the boxes. It’s beautiful, durable, and one of the most versatile products on the market. My clients swoon over the craftsmanship and I can’t be happier with the customer service and dedication to the product. I will spec Steller Floors every chance I get.