We would all agree that the flooring of the interior has a huge impact on the appeal of the space.
Aside from that, it could also affect the way you access the area.
With that, your choice of materials for your home’s flooring is very important.
Want some proof?
One of the most common flooring materials is wood since it looks natural and it has a thicker wear surface which can be sanded or finished many times. This is true if you use solid wood floors instead of the engineered ones.
But whatever you use, the wooden appeal it gives your space is still the same.
Well, today, we are going to show you a round-up of dining rooms that made use of light wood flooring. You will see that these dining areas look really great with this kind of flooring.
Here they are:
1. Wick Lane, Christchurch
This is a very beautiful interior! It looks really refreshing with the use of white, light wood flooring and a textured wall feature.
2. Loomis Custom Home
The geometric print of the carpet adds beauty to this dining area. Love the design of the chairs and the lighting! You can also see that their
3. Lake Michigan Cottage
This dining space also has the kitchen and living area in it. Although the space is small, it has everything one needs in it.
4. Home #19: SALA Architects
A simple modern dining area with a classic Scandinavian touch. Notice that the windows allow a good view of the outdoor space. Look at all that snow!
5. The Home of Bianca
This dining room used light wood floor which is a good match with the white walls and white furniture.
6. Country Crib
Light flooring with darker siding of the island completes the natural warm appeal of the space. Notice the classic looking pendant lights above the dining table.
7. The Thicket
Light wood meets the tight, commercial-grade Berber carpet of the living area. The space has a cozier feeling with the good amount of natural light in the area.
Work with modern gray colors with light wood. Mixing subtly warm woods with serious grays produces a sophisticated balance that brings out the best of both.
This mid-sized contemporary dining space has light wood floor and brown walls. The floor-to-ceiling window allows natural light to get into the area. I love the dining chair in here!
10. Riverdale Renovation
The wooden dining table in here matches with the flooring. The kitchen cabinet is a good contrast to the white walls.
11. Goethe Modern
The dining space has all white colors in it and the artworks in it look very nice too.
12. Santa Cruz Surf House
Although one side of the wall is black, it doesn’t look dull because of the light wood flooring and the white wall on the other side.
13. Modern Home
The owner of this house is an art collector. In order to highlight the artworks, he made everything neutral just like what you can see here. Obviously, the art works indeed pop up! Aside from that, warm wood tones were selected to keep the house from becoming cold and sterile.
14. PH Tribeca
Don’t you love this bright and airy
15. 648 McCants
Aside from the light wood floor and white walls of this dining area, the
16. Putney, Loft Conversion
A light floor can tone down the formality of a dining area, giving it a casual feel like what you can see in this space. The yellow pads on the chairs added a bright contrast to the area.
17. Canton de Vaud, Switzerland
This elevated dining area has a
18. Ocean Avenue Penthouse
A wall of mirrors virtually expands this dining area which also has floor-to-ceiling glass windows. From here, one can get a good look at the waters outside.
19. Menlo Park Modern
Isn’t this a beautiful space? You can see that there are many wooden features in here but it is balanced with the use of glass in the dining table and lighting.
20. Lovell Kitchen
The flooring of this house is from a local mill. It is laminated it onto a plywood backer and it has a very subtle grey stain and the topcoat is Bona Naturale. The result is very nice especially with the brick walls on the side.
Although other flooring materials already gained popularity like concrete, wood still remains common and popular. That is why many homes still prefer to use them especially in areas with lesser traffic. But others also use it in public areas like the living room and dining room. The usage of wooden flooring adds a natural appeal to a space which is the reason why many homeowners still use it despite the wide variety of options available in the market. Do you use wood for your home? Let us know in the comment section below.