2,212 Contemporary Wood Flooring
When deciding what type of flooring is best for their house, many home owners opt for wood flooring because of its natural beauty, warm coloring, and easy refinishing. However, deciding to go with hardwood is only one decision of many when it comes to installing wood flooring. Prices, styles, finishes, and costs can vary quite substantially, so it’s important to think carefully about what when deciding your flooring. More
Ash Black Emerald flooring from Coswick Signature Ash collection is prefinished with CosNanoTech+ matte finishing technology that provides exceptional protection for your hardwood floors. CosNanoTech+ matte finish is composed of 12 coats of top quality sealers and compounds with aluminum oxide for...
Grey, white wash, and cool toned hardwood floors - available in the Seattle simpleFLOOR location, not on our website. Call or come in for information or free samples.
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Ash Silvery is an absolutely gorgeous floor if you want to create a contemporary look. Slight metallic color overtones are very much in with the latest flooring trends, and the matte lacquer finish protects the flooring without obstruction the view of color and natural wood texture.
Nord Sea is a neutral color that would create a perfect balance in contemporary interiors styled in a bold and extravagant way.
Mirage Maple Graystone. Sculpted rock. Exhilarating warmth. This amazing combination of browns and gray stone create a very warm earthy floor with endless possibilities.
Hardwood can beFurnished & installed by Diablo Flooring, Inc. showrooms in Danville, Walnut Creek, & Pleasanton, CA.
The charm is in the details like a hull built-up with alternating planks of dark and light wood. A weathered and aged appearance could easily date to the be from the 1930s. All wood, walnut finished, brass antique hardware and traditional tea-stained sails. A full 34" tall (plus stand height) with...
Enhance your cabinets, walls or other furniture with this ornamental hand-carved solid hardwood applique. This unfinished piece can be used to enhance any room in your home.
My future plans include replacing the living room/dining room carpet that flows into the kitchen with hardwood floors — a trick for making a small kitchen appear bigger!
Transform your kitchen, living room, bedroom or any other area in your home with these beautiful silver spruce floor tiles. Made of vinyl, these realistic, wood-like tiles are easy to install on any flat or dry surface.
Enhance your cabinets or other furniture with this ornamental hand-carved solid hardwood applique. This piece can be used to enhance any room in your home.
Color Albatross is a gentle, off-white hue that softens, without obstructing, authentic oak wood texture. Albatross flooring goes well with well-lit, bright rooms, and high-tech interiors. It fits perfectly with long pile rugs, and can also be using for creating contrasting elements in flooring.
This is a teak engineered floor. It's a good way to get the look of teak if you're planning a basement or if you're home's built on a slab.
Birch hardwood can be furnished & installed by Diablo Flooring, Inc. showrooms in Danville, Walnut Creek, & Pleasanton, CA.
Natural grade Ash wood flooring from Hull Forest Products. This floor features a broad, prominent grain and character marks as found in nature, including occasional knots. Floor shown has had an ebony stain applied. Lifetime guarantee.
This is an engineered, cherry floor. Natural in this case means that there's no stain on this floor, just a clear coat topcoat.
dasso Strand Woven Bamboo is an extremely durable solid bamboo flooring product that is produced in a variety of colors. Pictured here is the New Bark color. It give a virtual impression of aged whiskey barrels and can work well with rustic or modern
Few hardwoods offer the beauty of walnut, the darkest native species in temperate climates. Though it's no where near as hard as its lighter-colored cousins, it's beauty makes up for it.
Rosewood is a tropical hardwood and its density has made it a popular choice to make string instruments. Once an endangered species, rosewood is now farmed in South America, Madagascar and Southeast Asia. Be sure any rosewood you buy has been sustainably grown and harvested and not cut from the...
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