When it comes to hardwood flooring, brown shades are one of the most popular in the UK. Looking on a bigger scale, dark flooring is a safe and timeless choice. It is easily compatible with light tone colour walls, either traditional or modern furniture and other interior accessories. Ecohardwood engineered oak flooring is classic, chic and will last a lifetime.
What goes with brown oak flooring
If you imagine brown wooden flooring for your house, the following question is what colour walls will harmoniously go with such floor.
First of all, when you have such type of flooring, we wouldn’t recommend going pitch dark on the walls, especially if the room doesn’t get a lot of natural light. It may look too dim and dramatic.
In fact, most of the time pale and grey shades are a primary choice when it comes to painting the walls and creating a nice contrast with brown hardwood flooring. Warm colours remain less stylish and not as popular.
From a design perspective, snow-white paint may be also left aside or used for the ceiling. Remember, you’re creating a home, not a stone cold hospital. If you don’t fancy a combination of brown oak flooring and grey walls, consider ecru, eggshell or ivory paint or wallpaper.
Matching furniture for brown floors
It may seem overwhelming to choose the right furniture that goes well with your brown wooden flooring because options are endless.
It’s not that difficult, in fact, wooden furniture is easy to style around hardwood flooring. It doesn’t have to necessarily be as dark as the floor though. For example, wooden cabinetries would look well if they are a few tones lighter than the floor.
If you prefer coloured cabinetries, once again a neutral palette will complement your dark floor just fine. Light and neutral colour accessories will also help create a harmonious image of your home.
Plenty of options is available from online suppliers and in UK stores including cheap bargains for a good price as well as investment pieces.
About Ecohardwood Ltd
Fear, not that dark floor will make a small room look even smaller. With great design ideas such as correctly added contrast like wall paint and furniture, you will create a fantastic looking home. After all, brown is called a “natural colour for the floor” for a reason. Once you make a decision to install engineered oak flooring in your house, please get in touch with us at .
Ecohardwood Ltd is an official sales office for the Lithuanian manufacturer UAB Ecowood which offers 3-layer European oak engineered flooring for a respectful cost.
Produced in an eco-friendly manner, the flooring is suitable for all the rooms throughout the house: kitchen, dining room, bathroom, bedroom, hall and others.
A wide range of engineered oak flooring
Besides a varied selection of colours, Ecohardwood Ltd engineered oak flooring selection includes rich brown tones, such as Ebony, Walnut and Rosewood or brown with a little twist of grey, such as Antique, Silver Dust, Forest Lake or our best seller Waterfall. Rest ensured that there is a colour tone for everyone.
Our company also offers flooring in different thicknesses: 14.5mm and 20mm. The selection of different plank widths includes the following: 115mm, 140mm, 180mm and 230mm.
Although you can choose your hardwood flooring in sanded, brushed and cross-brushed finishes, the brown oak floor looks best when it’s brushed. The finish gives the surface a nice texture and makes the richness of the colour beautifully pop.
If you wish to add value to your property or make the house look extra sophisticated, we can also suggest considering floor patterns, such types as herringbone or chevron. It especially looks divine when laid in a nicely flowing open space.
Delivery in the UK
Ecohardwood Ltd delivers products in London area and across United Kingdom: England ( Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Bristol, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Cheshire, Cornwall, County Durham, Cumbria, Derbyshire, Devon, Dorset, East Riding of Yorkshire, East Sussex, Essex, Gloucestershire, Greater London, Greater Manchester, Hampshire, Herefordshire, Hertfordshire, Humberside, Isle of Wight, Isles of Scilly, Kent, Lancashire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Merseyside, Middlesex, Norfolk, North Somerset, North, Yorkshire, Northamptonshire, Northumberland, Nottinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Rutland, Shropshire, Somerset, South Gloucestershire, South Yorkshire, Staffordshire, Suffolk, Surrey, Tyne & Wear, Warwickshire, West Midlands, West Sussex, West Yorkshire, Wiltshire, Worcestershire), Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales.
Should you have any questions or ideas to discuss, please feel free to contact our sales office at [email protected]