Furnishing our home is an expression of our personality and who we are and we live in these space every day. Underneath our furnishing lies our flooring, whether it is solid wood flooring, carpet, vinyl or tiles, it has to be right. Balancing the right floor with your furniture is crucial to getting your living space just right.
If you prefer that minimalistic look and value furniture arrangement over dense cluttered space we recommend a beech solid wood flooring as it is bright, neat and appealing and gives the impression of a light airy atmosphere. it’s knocked back detail enhances the surrounding decor and furnishing.
Offer in a high white bookcase and light grey sofa to perfect the minimalistic look.
With retro furniture making a huge comeback and up-cycled furniture sellers popping up in high streets again, many homes are taking up this trend and purchasing a single centre piece to set off a room. These centre pieces include old rustic chests and trunks, heavy wooden tables or factory style lighting.
With this type of room we would recommend an antique oak solid wood flooring couple with sepia lighting. The more worn and distressed the flooring becomes, the better effect it will have on the room.
Go For The Rustic Look
The country living look can look great in any home. You don’t need to be in a country cottage in the middle of nowhere to create this stunning style. It’s never too clever to go for a singular rustic theme to create this look. We recommend mixing the style of woods on view with an oak solid wood flooring coupled with chestnut chairs against a lighter palette on the walls.
Country living has always been defined by rich, deep wood furniture. Traditional homes may still opt for a mahogany dining table, or a display case made from dark solid beech.