20 Master Bedroom Designs with Wooden Floors

There has always been something charming about wood floors. Wood floors have been used in homes for hundreds of years. Before other types of flooring came about, wooden floors were the standard. Today, they are considered beautiful, elegant, and add a sense of class to your home. With so many choices for flooring in a home, wooden floors are one of the most popular that homeowners choose. Wood flooring adds more than just charm and character to a home, they are easy maintenance, as well as they are a better choice for those who suffer from allergies or asthma that carpets can contribute to. Wooden floors come in a wide variety of types of wood and finishes, which makes it possible for you to choose the perfect flooring for your home or room.

Wood flooring in your master bedroom can add a element of elegance and charm. They are durable and depending on your choice of wood, they can withstand much of the wear and tear other floorings can’t. When you choose wooden floors for your master bedroom, you can create a unified look by including the master bathroom in your choice. Before choosing your wooden flooring for your master bedroom, here are some tips for you to consider.

Choose your wood

With so many wood choices, you can create any look for your room that you can dream up. The most common types of wood used for wood flooring include: Birch, cherry, oak, maple and walnut. This variety gives you a wide option of how light or dark you want to go with your flooring. Other popular types of wood that have begun to get recognition, are eucalyptus and bamboo. Bamboo is not technically a wood, but once it sets, it cures to a hardness that mimics hard wood and both are more affordable for some people, and they are very durable for floors.

Pre-stained, or not stained

Once you have decided on the type of wood you want to have installed, now you need to decide if you want o purchase the wood pre-stained by the manufacturer or unstained planks. If you prefer to choose your own stain, you can customize the stain color and have the installer apply the finish for you. Doing it this way may help cut the cost of your flooring.

Overall, wood flooring is one of the best options for your home for many reasons, with one of the biggest being that homeowners know that wood floors help to increase the value of their homes.

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