Why not enhance your living room or office floor with a new colour and brighten them with a great finish?
Tips For Choosing The Perfect Colour For Your Floor
Do not feel overwhelmed at the endless possibilities when choosing the perfect floor colour that suits your interior.
At Brighton Floor Sanding, we are delighted to give you some useful tips that will help you choose the perfect wood flooring colour for your interior.
Match your floor pattern
One tip is to match the patterns on your floor. For example, if you have a very large carpet with a pattern, identify the dominant colours in it. Then, use this to guide the rest of your colour scheme in the room. This can also work if you want a neutral colour scheme for the rest of the room; you select the neutral colours that already appear in your flooring.
Opt for lighter colours to free up space
The right floor colour can make small rooms appear larger. This is exactly what lighter tones and natural colours can do. If you want a small room to appear larger, choose lighter tones like oak and beige. This way, your room does not appear cramped and crowded.
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Go for mid-toned if you want a traditional appearance
Warm, honey-coloured wooden floors cover dirt and create an inviting ambience. They are particularly ideal for large, open spaces because they can enhance your comfort.
A mid-tone wooden floor is less contemporary than paler ones, and it is perfect for a more relaxed, traditional finish.
Make use of daylight to get the perfect colour
During the day, the lighting in your room changes gradually. If you observe a floor pattern colour at night in artificial light, you may get a completely different impression than in the afternoon in natural sunlight.
Therefore, make sure that you evaluate the samples at different times of the day with different lighting. Briefly think about what type of light you want for your new floor.
Let the colour wheel inspire you
When it comes to colour selection, you don’t have to be a professional interior designer to know what colour works best. The colour wheel can quickly show you which colours match and which do not match. Start by finding the undertone of your floor and adjusting it according to the wheel.
Always use the same colour all through
Choosing the same colour in your home is a great way to make the entire home look bigger. The sense of unity offered by this option makes your home look like a coherent area that has space and light.
Try contrasting colours
While clinging to the same colour family to create harmony is a great idea, contrasting the colours is something that works wonders as well.
After decoding your laminate floor tones, look for the opposite complementary colours in the colour wheel. For example, a floor with a hint of blue goes well with orange furniture. These pairings create a contrast that causes both surfaces to stand out.
Take advantage of samples
Photos of interiors and the virtual room planner give you a general overview of the possible end result.
However, there is no better way to determine the floor colour than to look at the sample in natural light.
Use an app
Colour911 is one of the most useful tools for choosing floor colours. With this handy app, you can upload the pictures of a room or objects within a room. Then, the app finds a range of colours that can complement it.
For example, you can take a photo of the floor paint you like, and the app recommends colours that might fit well on the walls.
Do not choose your floor colour based on an empty room
Make sure it fits the wider style, and you feel like you are beautifying your interior. Do you have designer furniture that you would like to highlight? Then, make a neutral canvas with natural colours and place your furniture in the centre.
Red tones convey a feeling of luxury and go well with heavy colonial-style furniture. In general, shades of brown best match country-style interiors.
Free Floor Colour Sampling
At Brighton Floor Sanding, we use a wide range of colours and finishes from various manufacturers to meet the needs of every type of floor and application.
Since the colour of your floor plays an important role in achieving the desired effect, we’ll show you some of our most popular colour patterns before you choose the colouring for your floor. We will then put some of the colours selected on the floor to make sure you’re happy with the look.
Get in touch with us for advice
Choosing the right colour and finish will give your floor a beautiful and durable finish. The use of improper wooden floor surfaces leads to poorer results and a reduction in lifespan. Whatever colour suits you, we can customise it.
We create as many designs on your wooden floors as you want in order to help you make appropriate decisions. We have a number of spots, and there are many options to choose from. At Brighton Floor Sanding, our floor stains are available in an almost unlimited number of colours.
After application, shades may vary to some extent depending on the type of wood. For example, a soft wooden floor made of pine or birch may be darker and more intense because the stain penetrates deeper.
At the same time, soft wooden floors may stain after flooring, making it difficult to apply the stain evenly. When it comes to restoring old and tired floors, we have over 10 years, and we are very good at it. In fact, we consider ourselves one of the best in the country. Don’t just take our word for it. We have numerous reviews and glowing recommendations that will help you verify the quality of our work. Contact us for a free quote or send us an email via firstname.lastname@example.org.