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Home Improvements - Hardwood Flooring Decorative Designs and Borders
Wood flooring is a piece of jewelry for a home. Similar to jewelry, wood flooring can be substantially more elaborate and intricate in design. Also similar to jewelry, some wood flooring designs are finely crafted pieces of art.
Wood flooring is environmentally friendly, a natural product that lasts for decades. A frugal and wise investment in your home. Journey with us as we explore the best of the best in wood flooring art - yes, art!
The designs, the craftsmanship will inspire you if not simply astound you. Over 10 different designs using a variety of beautiful and natural woods.
Journey with us as we review numerous designs from the simple to sublime. We will start with the herringbone design and proceed to many intricate borders that utilize multiple woods from deep rich cherry to light maple to the exotics as well. Enjoy the many design choices.
Decorative Wood Floor Design Ideas
Wood Flooring - Variety of Colors and Hardness
Wood flooring is available in an almost endless array of colors and hardness. Combine different stains and coatings and your selection is almost limitless. Add in the element of design and your choices truly are endless. It is simply a matter of your imagination.
Your wood choices include but are not limited to:
- walnut and
- wenge and the list goes on.
Combine great quality wood with a highly
skilled team and modern equipment and the
latest technology and the designs are works of art, a piece of jewelry for your home.
A wood floor is an investment in your home. A wood floor increases in value, and brings a distinctive feel of class and elegance to every room. Wood floors are durable, hard wearing and easy to maintain even with pets. Wood floors create a clean and healthy environment. No other single home improvement is as loved today like a wood floor.
Wood floor designs include:
- finishing all types of wooden floors including
- parquet and
- custom-made parquet panel floors with decorative borders.
- Traditional patterns as Herringbone and Basket,
- French Chevron known
as Hungarian Point,
- Regency and Castle design panels.
Where to Install a Wood Floor?
Offices, recording studios, museums, art galleries, churches, boardrooms, conference centers, schools and the list goes on.