Are new floors on your radar but you’re fretting over which color to choose? Time to lighten up! Across the design spectrum, light colored floors are transforming interiors in ways that wow and work wonders in any type of decor.
Light colored floors with gray, greige (a mix of gray and beige) and white undertones create a great base. They make rooms feel larger, more open and airy; and pair well with everything from natural tones to bold colors. They also bring out grain and texture in interesting ways and anchor interiors with quiet confidence and sophistication. Wear and tear is also less obvious than darker floors which makes them good picks for areas with high foot traffic.
That’s why at Mannington, we’re all in on this trend. Here’s how you can be, too.
In this posh penthouse, Iberian Hazelwood looks as light and airy as a cloud. The “Macadamia” color of this hardwood floor reveals the grain and texture of each plank in a subdued yet authentic way and fits well with the nature-inspired hues used throughout the room.
Opposites attract in this great room that mixes two diverse design points of view. Horizon LVS captures the organic subtleties of raw concrete by mixing light and shadow in a unique plank format that creates an urban cool backdrop for the room’s rustic decor. Its “Morning Dew” color also creates tone-on-tone contrast that visually enlarges the space and draws the eye across.
In rooms with a strong design element, a floor like Aspen works well. Its “Frost” color enables this ADURA®MaxAPEX floor to stand on its own as a focal point, yet also share the spotlight with kitchen cabinets that deliver a jolt of bold color.
By adding a touch of white paint to the grain, Hillside Hickory puts a contemporary spin on a classic. The “Cloud” color of this Restoration Collection® floor provides a psychological lift to this laundry room that makes even the task of fluff and fold positively energizing.
Ready for your floor to wow and work wonders? Lighten up and be amazed.