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These are some alternative colours to brown wood flooring

Wood flooring in Cheshire homes is a popular choice for those who want a natural-looking and durable floor. Most consumers stick to a traditional dark or light natural brown wood, but for a more contemporary look, a wood floor can be a different colour altogether.

Bleached white wood planks are popular in Scandinavian countries, so if you like Nordic design and vibe, then this could suit your home. White wood floors go well with light grey walls and contemporary furniture.

Wood floors can be stained dark grey or even black to resemble ebony wood. Very dark floors are suitable for rooms with white or cream walls and light coloured furniture and fittings.

Light grey stained matt wood is ideal for those who want a contemporary feel to a room and don’t like glossy brown wood finishes. Light stains show off the natural wood grains and can be used on wood planks or parquet block floors. Light wood furniture and neutral coloured walls match light grey floors. In the kitchen, light grey floors with dark coloured worktops create a dramatic feel.

If you are selling your property, wood flooring in Cheshire rooms adds value to a home. If yours is an older more traditional home, buyers may expect natural brown wood floors so white, grey or black floors may not appeal. On the other hand, these alternative coloured floors placed in a modern style room will attract buyers who want natural wood flooring without the classic look of brown floors.

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