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Hardwood flooring: Should I go with dark or light-colored flooring?

February 24, 2022
Hardwood flooring color and stain options for your Tucson, AZ home

Light and dark colors make a big difference when choosing the perfect hardwood flooring. In today's post, we're going to take some time to tell you what you can expect from each.

By reading along, you’ll have more information on your options to make an informed decision.

Hardwood flooring gives you outstanding options


Some of the best hardwood flooring options allow you to customize the appearance of your products as they are installed. And one of those options is stain color.

Dark hardwood benefits


Dark hardwood colors enrich the natural grain of your chosen species for a beautiful look that seems to always be trending. But they also hide dirt, debris, and repel light instead of absorbing it for less fading.

They add excellent value to your home at resale than light wood floors. With plenty of hues to choose from, you’re sure to find the perfect match.

Light hardwood benefits


Light-colored hardwood flooring offers the benefit of lifting a dark, gloomy look and adding superb brightness, as well as adding the appearance of more space. In addition, the light-colored flooring hides damage, reflects light, and gives you designing confidence that works well in any room.

Choose our company for your hardwood flooring


For the best wood floors in Tucson, AZ, Express Flooring offers exceptional products and services along with a mobile showroom that erases the hassle, anxiety, and frustration of the shopping experience. Our goal is to ensure your complete satisfaction, from product selection through installation, no matter how large or small the remodel.

Our Tucson, AZ service areas include Marana, Vail, Oro Valley, Catalina Foothills, Sahuarita, Green Valley, Red Rock, and more. If you live in or near these communities, contact us for solid or engineered wood flooring that’s sure to meet your needs, whether light or dark."