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Showing posts from January, 2019

Herringbone Wood Floors

First, allow me to clear up a little misconception. Chevron and herringbone are very similar, but each has their own differentiation. Chevron floors require the wood planks to be angled and come together to a point, which makes them more costly to manufacture and install. Herringbone accomplishes a similar look by linking two boards at a 90 degree angle as noticed below. Herringbone is quite a bit more accessible compared to chevron, which makes it the popular alternative. Longer herringbone patterns will be super sexy during the following year, particularly among homeowners. Will the herringbone wood fad last in 2020 and beyond? This tendency is not going to last eternally , but it sure seems pretty while it is here.

Honey Wood Floors

Just a step darker than trending blonde wood, warm, rich honey timber will be taking 2019 by storm. Even only the noise of the term"honey timber" as it rolls off your tongue seems wonderful and cozy, do not you believe? Honey wood floors continue to be light enough to provide you lots of the advantages of blonde wood, making your space seem bigger and more spacious . But, you also get that pleasant, rich warmth that comes out of a slightly darker tone. Additionally, you can find honey wood floors in several wood species that are popular. Honey is a pure tone so it's easy to discover. It will appear more realistic, how you would expect wood to seem fresh from the tree. Warm tones will be sprinkled round the flooring market in 2019 and, should you go the hot route, I'd absolutely suggest a honey wood or timber appearance. To be frank, the trends often drift back and forth between warm and cool tones. But, honey timber isn't only a trend; it's a colour classic.