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Rustic Wood Flooring Ideas

Rustic Wood Flooring Ideas

There are many ways to achieve a cohesive home design that is unique and personal, and adding Rustic River™ hardwood floors is just one piece of the puzzle. Choosing the style of hardwood floors you want in your home can be tough, but one thing that is crucial to know is that hardwood flooring is incredibly versatile. No matter what hardwood you end up selecting, you can adapt your décor and space to fit a wide range of hardwood styles.


If you want a modern farmhouse look, rustic wood flooring is an excellent choice. Your floors will reflect personality, charm, and the traditional farmhouse. You can add shiplap walls to make your space feel modern and cozy while still demonstrating the farmhouse idea. Plus, metal accent lighting can make your design more feel more modern. You can also add other wood pieces that are more polished like beautiful chairs to ensure you get the modern design you want.


If modern farmhouse style isn’t for you, but you still gravitate toward the richness and natural beauty of rustic floors, you can combine design styles to make your home uniquely yours. Rustic hardwood floors are warm and inviting, and by adding bold colors, you can create a rustic, contemporary space. You can add rugs that are bright and exciting, glass lighting that brings in light and airiness, and patterned linens.


Rustic River™ Hardwood Types


Rustic River™ hardwood comes in many different species and stains. Hickory, oak, and maple are a few of the species available, and they range in color from light and golden to warm, chocolate brown. No matter what type of home design is your favorite, Rustic River™ hardwood has an option that will complement your space.

We are excited to carry Rustic River™ hardwood, and we are here to help your home design dreams come true! Visit our showroom in Hackensack, NJ today!

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