2021 Trend: Stain Hardwood
2021 Stain Hardwood Color Trend: Which Colors are Most Popular?
Trends always change by the year, it always evolves every year. This also applies to hardwood floors, let’s see which colors are in trend. Stain colors are the biggest trend in 2020, most notably either dark or light. Light stains give a nice welcoming, warm, and refreshing look. While dark stains give an elegant, sophisticated, and formal look. Between the two, dark stains are more popular this year but it all depends on the style of the home.
In recent times, gray and white washes have been a resurgence! Gray is increasing exponentially in popularity, while white washes are coming back on trend recently.
What are the different colors and which is the most popular?
Dark colors are definitely the most stylish and elegant. Find which tones suit your tastes and home style the best. Ebony is one of the options, it’s dark in color and gives off an elegant yet cozy look.
Many prefer having less graining and color variation in the wood plank, it’s more contemporary and makes the floor look more in sync and consistent, making it easier to decorate and style it with, though others might prefer something a bit lighter since it’s easier to clean and maintain.
Light colors are more neutral and give a lighthearted and cheery feel. Though traditional in some sense, it also works well with modern themes and style just like dark colors. They usually last longer and look cleaner.
The type of finishes applied to light colors can have a significant effect on the color. Urethane may make it look more matte, while oil finishes makes it look more natural, and aluminum oxide makes it look more shiny.
Gray and White Colors
Gray is the hottest trend right now, it gives off an elegant and formal look just like dark colors though also providing a neutral and also relaxing feel just like light colors, in a sense it’s the best of both worlds.
White may be an old trend, but it’s resurging back and more people are getting white washes, this trend seems to be driven by the gray trend. White and gray are typically more expensive than the other colors.
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Being waterproof refers to permanent material, where water doesn't penetrate the item, no matter how much time passes. Many people prefer to have waterproof flooring in two main areas, the bathroom, and the kitchen.
Two waterproof flooring options are Stone Plastic Composite (SPC) and Wood Plastic Composite (WPC)- two types of vinyl engineered flooring. They are very similar in that they do not deteriorate, and are often more rigid and pricier than typical vinyl options.
They are great flooring options for these reasons:
- Long durability
- Prevention of moisture buildup
- Protection against liquids
- Easy Cleanup
- Their color doesn't fade.
- And finally, they can be installed in any room of your home; however, they are not recommended for exterior installation.
Whether or not you choose this type of flooring, we would be glad to answer any questions you have about flooring. You can contact us by calling our office at, (408) 333-9771 or by emailing us at email@example.com.