A Guide to Wood Flooring Types

A Guide to Wood Flooring Types

Who doesn’t love the look of hardwood leading you from a grand foyer, all the way through to the living room and kitchen? It’s a fan favorite for most homeowners — and for good reason, too.

Hardwood flooring is a classic option in any space. And one that will never go out of style (unless we bring back the 70s and start covering it up with shag — yikes).

The best part? There are endless ways to get that hardwood look in the material that best suits your space.


Natural Hardwood


Hardwood flooring
is suitable for just about any room in the house. And in addition to their gorgeous appearance, they can also hold up against most of life’s messes.

Even in high-traffic areas, like hallways and kitchens, hardwood is made to withstand the test of time. Just be sure that when you are selecting hardwood flooring for your space, you consult with Our Team of Flooring Experts to help you explore the different finishes and wear layer options that will best suit your specific lifestyle.

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Vinyl + Laminate


We saw the laminate and vinyl flooring trend skyrocket in 2022 — and we have a feeling it’s here to stay for the long haul.

Luxury vinyl plank flooring is durable and easy to clean, which makes it a no-brainer for those high traffic areas throughout the home. Even when you add children or fur babies into the equation, Laminate and Vinyl Flooring both hold true as solid solutions.

Plus, these durable flooring options are both super affordable and easy to install, giving you a simple way to update any space (and get that hardwood look and feel for less).




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Wood-Look Tile

Most traditional hardwood flooring is water-resistant, but it’s rare you’ll find a hardwood that’s a totally waterproof flooring option.

If you have any concerns about potential water damage, but still want the look and feel of a traditional hardwood, Wood-Look Tile may be the best fit for you.



There are wood-look flooring options in both the ceramic and porcelain tile families. Plus, when it comes to look, they’re both practically indistinguishable from traditional hardwood floors. This makes the wood-look tile a popular option in bathrooms or outdoor patio, where you want the look of hardwood without risking any possibility of water damage.


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