Light wood floors
A light wood floors is a timeless trend in interior design. It visually enlarges the room, and also brightens it. So it works well even in a small space. What’s more, it adds lightness, and is a beautiful background for highlighting furniture and accessories. Light wood floors look good in Scandinavian, Provençal, industrial, English, and French interiors. A light wood floors is also a good basis for creating a modern and functional arrangement.
What kind of door should you choose to go with a light wood floor?
Many people have doubts about an interior design featuring a light wood floor. What door would match the subtle colour of the boards? The question is not unjustified. Fortunately, a light wood floor is universal, and looks good in combination with both dark-door – bright-floor, and bright-floor – bright-door combinations. It is worth noting that the colour of the door should not be adjusted only to the floor. It is important that it be harmonised with the colour of the walls and the furniture in the room. The colour of the door should also be adapted to the mood of the arrangement, for example a light wood floors in an English-style living room will best harmonise with white floor slats and white doors, while a light-oak floor panel in a country-style kitchen should be combined with whitewashed or raw-wood doors.
What furniture should you choose to go with a light wood floors?
A light wood floor in the living room is universal, and allows you to easily change the mode of the arrangement. It is enough to just change the colour of the walls, and add new furniture, to fundamentally change the style in which the room is adorned. Interiors with a light wood floors – dark furniture combination look very impressive. The accoutrements are then contrasted with the background of light colored engineered wood flooring, and attracts the eye. A light wood floors is also a good way to visually reduce the dimensions of heavy furniture. If you stand a large white table or a large bright sofa on it, the furniture will look lighter and smaller (their size will be additionally masked by bright walls).
What colour walls fit in with light wood floors?
It all depends on the effect that you want to achieve when including a clear floor in the arrangement. Paints and wallpapers in white and other delicate pastel colours visually enlarge the interior, and give it harmony. The natural colour of the walls, in combination with light wood floors, will create a cosy, calm, interior, a place you can easily regenerate yourself. However, this is not the end of the subtle arrangements with a light wood floors. An energetic and invigorating atmosphere in a room can be created by combining a bleached engineered wood flooring with walls in a cool shade, e.g. whitewashed blue. In turn, delicate yellow walls, in combination with a light wood floors in natural wood, will create a bright, cosy composition.
Combinations of delicate engineered wood flooring colours and dark walls also look very striking. An interesting look is obtained with a combination of natural light wood floors with brown walls, which works well in spacious rooms. With a light wood floors, an interior with dark walls still feels cosy and spacious. A light wood floors floor is also interesting in combination with various shades of purple, grey and blue. This combination allows you to easily create stylish compositions with a strong character.
Barlinek engineered wood flooring – the most popular types:
- Dark floor in living room – only for the brave
- Kitchen flooring
- White floor in living room – trendy and classy
- Oiled engineered wood flooring
- Strip flooring
- Chevron engineered wood flooring – a floor with a timeless design
- Herringbone flooring in a modern style
- Flooring for the children’s room
- White engineered wood flooring
- Beveled edge flooring
- Varnished floor boards
- Ash flooring
- Engineered oak flooring
- Grey engineered wood flooring
- Light wood floors
- Rustic wood flooring
- Exotic wood flooring
- Pine flooring
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