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Lighter vs. red undertone engineered hardwood floors

I'm debating to go either light and airy or warm with engineered hardwood floors in a new build home, specifically in the kitchen, dining, living, and entry way areas. My lean research is showing that warm, red undertone hardwood is going out of style and it's best to stick to neutrals like blonde/honey. I'm torn cause I do like the warm, red undertone but seems that it's harder to match furniture with it and if I ever decide to resell, I've read that homes with warm, red undertone hardwood tend to have lower resale values then homes with blonde/honey hardwood. What are others thoughts?


These are the floor choices/colors I'm debating.


1. reddish undertone https://andersontuftex.com/hardwood/details/imperial-pecan-aa828/harvest-11063

2. similar to above but slight reddish undertone https://andersontuftex.com/hardwood/details/imperial-pecan-aa828/flaxen-12014/

3. light blonde/honey with slight reddish undertone https://shawbuilderflooringsf.com/flooring/hardwood/details/hackettstown-132tb/countess

4. medium blonde/honey with slight reddish undertone https://shawbuilderflooringsf.com/flooring/hardwood/details/hackettstown-132tb/duchess

5. another light blonde/honey with slight reddish undertone https://andersontuftex.com/hardwood/details/noble-hall-aa816/countess-01011/

6. light blonde/honey https://andersontuftex.com/hardwood/details/noble-hall-aa816/duchess-01020/

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