Nov 01, 2022
Dark oak wood flooring is a bold choice and not for the faint-hearted. However, when paired with the correct decor, it can create a timeless, sophisticated, and confident interior.
With shades ranging from hints of mahogany to blackest black, Ecohardwood engineered dark oak flooring collection is sure to meet everyone's needs. For example, Tobacco >> is a deep, rich, natural solid shade. It looks great over Character >> grade oak boards. The use of Tobacco colour to cover cracks, and large or tiny knots, smooths contrast while maintaining a natural look. The Brown Coffee >> oak flooring will add that extra kick to many interiors. One of Ecohardwood's most popular engineered oak flooring colours is Walnut >>. It is lush, warm, and naturally beautiful.
These tips and hints, along with the interiors featuring Ecohardwood engineered oak flooring in dark shades, will give you some inspiration for your renovation project.
The common belief is that dark wood shrinks rooms and makes them too dark, but when balanced with other interior choices, it has the opposite effect. When decorating a small room, dark floors add drama and intimacy and ground the space, making it look more sophisticated and giving it a more prominent appearance. A space can appear bigger when the dark wooden flooring is combined with a cooling, light wall colour.
These projects feature Ecohardwood engineered oak flooring that is designed to create a stylish, refined space. Dark wood floors enhance golden tones and classic details. Consider pairing your dark wood floors with leather details for a masculine look.
Keeping things simple is always a good idea. Using the same colour for solid oak floors and doors creates harmony and aesthetics.
The Walnut colour highlights this rustic interior, and oil is used as a finishing touch. Walnut is one of Ecohardwood's most popular colours. It is lush, warm, and naturally beautiful. It looks great with rustic oak floorboards of a more branched character grade.
We can see the artistic works that nature has created right in front of us: textures and characters instead of a monotone or dull baseboard. The forest outside the window is extended onto the floor, connecting indoor and outdoor spaces.
Ecohardwood engineered oak flooring. Colour: Walnut /3481 >>. Interior: Doviles Interjeras. Photo: Benas Sileika
Because dark floors don't show graining as easily, they create a more uniform look and less colour variation. So furniture that is coloured or contrasts with the décor will stand out.
This project uses white kitchen cabinets with Ebony Chevron flooring.
Ecohardwood Chevron engineered oak flooring. Colour: Ebony / 3490 >>. Architect Monika Noreikiene.
Combinations of black (or dark) and white are always stylish and classy.
A dramatic and decadent effect can be achieved by combining dark engineered oak flooring with dark interior pieces such as black kitchen cabinets and black furniture.
Ecohardwood 2-layer engineered oak Herringbone parquet >>. Colour: Anthracite >>. Grade: Nature >>. Finish: Brushed >>. Width: 85mm x 14mm x 425mm >>. Interior designer: Sabname Salemohamed. Contractor: Platinum Contracts London. Photo: Jot Jot Design. Project in the UK, London, Cranbrook Road.