One Kitchen, Six Different Hardwood Floors
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Thinking about upgrading your kitchen but not sure where to start with your new flooring? It can be hard to imagine what a space looks like with different styles of hardwood floors, so we decided to do it for you! We’ve paired six different LIFECORE engineered hardwood floors—including acacia, hickory, oak, and maple hardwoods—with one on-trend kitchen to help you dream big for your renovations in 2020.
Give it that Artisianal Touch with Acacia Flooring
Want to make white cabinets pop and bring even more drama to darker accents? Look no further than Abella Artisian Air (AB127AA). This dark acacia hardwood flooring is wire-brushed and hand-scraped, adding texture to the space. It’s a chic, sophisticated flooring option for any kitchen renovation, but works especially well with the clean and clear-cut lines of this particular design. The dark wood up against white cabinets lends a dramatic feel.
Hickory Hardwoods are Always in Style
With Arden Always (AR127AL), the stark black and white contrast of this kitchen gets a warm-up thanks to the caramel colors of this hickory hardwood. This classic hardwood takes the contemporary design of the kitchen and adds a traditional feel. Arden is double-stained to stand up to heavy kitchen traffic and any scuffs or scratches that might happen along the way.
Transform Your Kitchen with Reactive Hardwoods
Many designers are turning to reactive hardwoods, and it’s no wonder when you see this kitchen with Anew Transformed (AW127TF). This rustic, reclaim-inspired oak hardwood is created using our organic reactive process, bringing to life a triple-hued floor that combines brown, gray and taupe for a truly unique look that perfectly balances the whites and blacks of this kitchen.
Medium Brown Oak Hardwoods a Clear Choice Amara Oak
The cool, light neutral of Amara Clear View (AM127CV) helps the black accents stand out even more. This distressed engineered hardwood makes this design even more timeless thanks to the added character it brings to the room, adding a rustic feel to this otherwise modern kitchen.
Maple Hardwoods for a Refreshing Design
Another reactive option, Allegra Refresh (AL127RF) carries the two-toned design of this kitchen all the way to the floors with the dramatic contrast and tones of maple hardwoods, and the dark accents in the kitchen especially bring the floor to life. Perhaps best known for its graining pattern, maple gives this design a unique aesthetic that’s at once warm and sophisticated.
A New Beginning with Oak Hardwoods
For a warm feeling that takes advantage of the on-trend dual tones of this kitchen design, look no further than Adela Vivid Beginnings (AD127VB). This oak hardwood combines light and medium brown hues with stunning contrast thanks to our reactive process. Plus it elevates the contemporary kitchen design with a natural look.
Want to see more? See our related post on hardwood floors in the kitchen.
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