Inspiration + Design

The Buzz on Honey Colored Floors


Blonde and honey colors flood a room with sunny tones, brightening the mood and making your space feel roomier. They provide a great foundation for a variety of color palettes and finishes like softer creams and yellows, muted blues and greens, even rich chocolate tones.  Blonde and honey floors also create a striking contrast with your medium to dark wood furniture or painted cabinetry. You can find a number of these on-trend tones in variety of looks like maple, oak, alder or hickory.

Choose a floor that pairs these golden and amber hues with a trendy rustic or hand-scraped surface texture to add even more unique character to your room.

These tones also appeal to any design style, whether you prefer country chic, sleek and modern, or something in between.

Once you find a tone that you love, you can select a floor type that fits your lifestyle. For busy family homes with high traffic areas, children and pets, ultra-realistic laminate floors are your best bet. Quick•Step® offers a variety of floors that look and feel like genuine hardwood and offer excellent scratch resistance, stain resistance and fade resistance.

If you prefer the look and feel that only genuine hardwood offers, you can’t go wrong with a Q•Wood™ engineered hardwood floor. These floors feature real hardwood with a click lock installation system.

Both laminate floors and locking engineered hardwood floors can be installed on any level of your home. So you can choose a blonde or honey toned floor to brighten up almost any room in the house — including a dry basement.

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