Once you’ve made the decision to go with laminate flooring, choosing a color can be an arduous process. There are many selections to choose from, and many different looks you might want for your home. The great news is, all those color options mean that you’ll be able to match nearly any décor or style set with ease. Just set aside some quiet time to browse, or make some notes about the décor of each room where new flooring will be laid. Your flooring professional will be able to steer you in the right direction, once they know what you’re looking for.
Action Carpet and Cleaning Company puts customer satisfaction at the top of the list. We treat your flooring as if it was our very own, making sure every facet of your needs is met to your liking. Once we know what you need, combined with the décor or paint colors you’re looking to complement, we can go in a direction that’s sure to cover all the bases. With a showroom located in Easton, Maryland, we serve the Kent County area and we look forward to serving you as well. Stop by at your convenience to speak with a flooring professional.
What Colors Are Available?
When it comes to laminate, the sky is very nearly the limit. Since it often mimics such natural resources as solid hardwood flooring, natural stone and ceramic or porcelain tile, these options are absolutely available. In these options alone, you can choose dark hues, light hues or an array of mid-tones.
In the hardwood area, you’ll find colors that match species such as oak, hickory, cherry and so much more. You can also choose light and mid-tones colors that look like stone or tile.
These options also allow for texture to play a role as well, as it can create shading and shadows that appear to change the color of the flooring, depending upon which way you’re looking at it.
Lighting also plays a role in the color of your flooring. Because of this, it’s often a good idea to take samples of the laminate flooring colors you like most and see how they’ll look under the lights in your own home. Showroom lighting is much different than residential light, so colors can seem to change once you take them out of the store.