Home Stratosphere starts off with this open and inspired living room that’s complimented nicely with it’s chic, dark hardwood floors. HGTV featured a laundry room that’s topped off (or bottomed off) with some hardwood floors as well.
Home Stratosphere shows us just how to make that happen with this gorgeous, contemporary living room.
And that goes for this traditional and easy entryway surrounded by dark accents and light walls. This dark hardwood floor has a bit of a cherry accent spilled throughout the planks. Home Design showed off this beauty and we instantly fell in love with the subtle, masculine energy.
Even in a kitchen with a cottage vision, some rustic flooring with a deeper tone will work well. These more natural hardwood floors pair nicely with this room filled with subtle tones and relaxing vibes.
Another contemporary living space that finished off its vision with darker hardwood floors.
Here’s a gorgeous living space full of natural light and airiness that’s bottomed out nicely with a richer flooring as well.
This hardwood isn’t as dark as we’ve been featuring but it’s got a more natural and organic ethos. A dining area with a crisp and sleek vibe matches us with this shiny, dark hardwood pieces.
Even inside the alcove that you’ve turned into a small home office or cozy reading nook will do well with a darker toned floor. Even in the most modern of spaces, a dark hardwood floor will hold its own and finish the vision off right. It’s artistic and young but it’s got classic elements surrounding its design, including the flooring as well as its contrasting area rug.
The taupe curtains, the cream chairs and even the white walls pop even more with the addition of the dark hardwood floors.
azoat featured this gorgeous living space and we were immediately drawn to the clean design and interesting mix of textures. If you like to be stimulated, then you’ll love this ignited style that’s contrasted nicely with the easy floor choice.
Wanted One Magazine gave us a taste of a traditional hallway that gets punched up a notch by the richer wood. There’s something special about deep, rich tones and how beautiful natural lighting makes them seem.
A kitchen with all the necessities you would need including a dark, rich hardwood floor that matches the washed out wood in the rest of the room.
We’re even loving this kitchen with it’s marble tops and it’s darker bottoms that make for a classic style. It’s a combination of uses from dining to entertaining but the orange burst and creams blend so well with that dark chocolate flooring. A feminine-inspired living room topped off with beautiful art, fresh plants and a floor that sparkles and compliments.
It’s still dark enough to contrast but it sets off a country or homestyle vibe a lot easier.