Floors and More Hardwood Floors that Make a Home or Business Beautiful
When you encase your home with natural hardwood, you add beauty and warmth to your abode. The selection of hardwood floors carried by Floors and More will do just that. Solid and engineered varieties are available.
With hardwood flooring you can choose either light, medium, or dark wood. Dark wood provides warmth and contrast. Pale furnishings and wall colors make an eye-popping contrast and tie the depth of furniture to your choice of hardwood.
Light flooring visually expands a space and unifies the wall and floor color. Casual to formal, light to dark furnishings look fantastic with this type of hardwood flooring. Bright and colorful accessories look great when there is a marriage of floor and wall color.
Medium hardwood is a catchall category. Charm is added by knots, raised grain, and species differentials. Floor coloring complements design elements such as a brick wall or rustic barn wood used in a design. At Floors and More we carry Armstrong and Mohawk hardwood selections.
Armstrong has a collection of exotic hardwood from which to choose. When wood is exposed to light, a reaction to the natural material takes place. Exotic hardwoods gain color richness over time. The flooring may become lighter or darker. The most dramatic changes occur within six months of installation.
Some species of natural hardwood have a greater variation in board-to-board tone and color. Select a species that offers color variation if you like dark and light tone contrasts. Hardwood with the least color variation provides a consistent board-to-board color. Examples of Armstrong dark hardwood, carried by Floors and More, are African Mahogany and Tigerwood. Kempas is a lighter color choice. The finish on most Armstrong products is a semi-gloss.
Mohawk Industries has a smooth surface finish applied to many products. They also have some distressed or hand-scraped varieties that are a lovely addition to a room. This style is gaining popularity in upscale commercial buildings and homes of today. The trend is new, but the concept is rooted in history. Floors had been hand-scraped before modern sanding methods were available. Today the process is used to add uniqueness, richness, and texture and can be accomplished by hand or machine. Machine versions have a repetitive pattern. Real hand-scraped hardwood is a unique flooring creation.
Our showroom in Benton offers a vast array of hardwood flooring options. Our flooring experts will consult with you to determine the best hardwood flooring to suit your tastes and budget.