Hardwood installed in classic, straight planks is a look we all know and love. If you’re seeking something a bit more out of the box, though, Floor Coverings International Downers Grove has you covered. There are a variety of patterns for hardwood flooring, and we’re happy to guide you through them. Explore all your options, and maybe you’ll fall in love with a new look!
Wide Plank Hardwood Flooring
The simplest way to revamp classic hardwood is to choose wide planks. This a great way to get the full effect of the beautiful grain patterns in hardwood. For added benefit, wide-plank hardwood can create the illusion of a larger room. This is a simple, understated style to give your floors a modern look without straying too far from the classic appeal of hardwood.
Diagonally Laid Hardwood
Diagonally laid hardwood is a modern twist on classic straight-laid flooring. This is an eye-catching look that adds a trendy edge to any room. Diagonal planks will set your home apart and have people wondering, “why didn’t I think of that?”
Parquet Hardwood Flooring
Parquet hardwood flooring is a visually appealing, distinct option that melds the look of both tile and planks. This style also has the benefit of being as easy to install as tile. This flooring has extreme vintage appeal, having often been used in Medieval castles.
Herringbone Hardwood Flooring
Trade out straight planks with a herringbone pattern for your hardwood. Herringbone is a classic pattern, and combining it with hardwood gives a new, modern twist to both elements. This distinct pattern adds a point of visual interest to any room.
Get Started in Downers Grove Today
To learn more about our various hardwood flooring options, give the team at Floor Coverings International Downers Grove a call! We’re happy to help you find the perfect floors for your home. Book a free in-home consultation today! We proudly serve the greater Downers Grove, Bolingbrook, and Woodridge area.
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