Yes, gray wood flooring has been trending for a while. These floors look especially great in a farmhouse, rustic, contemporary, industrial chic, or beachy decor.

The design world of gray floors

This year, they've been updated with touches of brown or beige creating new gray colors called charcoal or greige.

Gray floors are chic. Now called the "new neutral," these floors also work with almost any color, including aquas, green, bright, bold colors, or even black and white.

It’s all about color

Light tones are trending. Designers at our hardwood flooring company love them because they coordinate with virtually anything in any decor. Light tone includes colors like blond, caramel, white, whitewashed, and more.

You'll love them, too. They hide scuffs, scratches, and dust, making maintenance easy.

That's not to say that dark floors are out. On the contrary, they are dramatic and sophisticated and can make a stunning design statement.
They're just getting deeper and richer.

Feel free to come into our showroom to see hardwood flooring from Bruce, DuChateau, and more.

Other trends include:

1. Wide planks. These have a traditional, historical look. However, they can also be contemporary with the right furnishings and accessories.

2. Random, or mixed width, floors. This refers to groups of different-sized solid hardwood flooring planks to create various layouts. It's ideal for the person who wants a wide plank in a small or narrow room because a design can visually enlarge a space.

3. Textures. This is especially so with the more rustic ones: brushed or hand scraped.

Unbeatable value at your area’s flooring store

Twin Brother Floors is Customer-Centric. We'll understand your hardwood flooring needs and make the necessary adjustments.Visit us in Lutz in Lutz, FL, to learn more about us. We work with homeowners and businesses in Tampa, Town 'N' Country, Temple Terrace, Land O' Lakes, Odessa, Brandon, Zephyrhills, and New Port Richey.