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Pets and heavy foot traffic in areas near exterior doors means that a light-coloured floor might not be the best option, as it will make mud and pet hair more obvious.
To brighten up your room, choose light-coloured flooring to reflect light. This is especially effective when paired with light walls.
A light-coloured floor not only looks great but it will also make a room feel larger.
To make a room feel warmer, choose a dark floor to absorb light. This will also create ambience and add atmosphere.
It’s good to choose flooring that’s either two shades lighter or darker than your furniture to create contrast, especially if the furniture is wooden.
In narrow spaces, such as a hallway, extra wide boards will create a more spacious feel than narrow floorboards or patterns.
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