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January 9th, 2024

As we enter the months of 2024, we see home remodels hit an all-time high! However, the verdict is still out as to what the housing market is doing, and people are still moving fast to get their homes to market.

Here are the color trends we have seen so far in 2024:

1. Dark And Smokey

This trend has continued from last year and shows no slowing down. Dark and light grey stains are still one of the most popular choices we have been seeing. We’ve also seen greys mixed with specific browns to give dark, beige looks. From what we can tell, dark and smokey floor colors will be around for a while.

2. White, Whitewashed, and Bleached

We have also been seeing a rise on the exact opposite of the spectrum: Light floors. Whitewashed floors were a popular choice in years past, and it looks like it’s making a comeback. White and whitewashed flooring creates a bright and clean look that makes a space feel very modern.

3. Vintage-Inspired

Finally, we’ve seen a move towards vintage-inspired colors and finishes. With the cost of original, reclaimed wood skyrocketing, many people are turning to creative alternatives. A vintage-inspired floor aesthetic makes a room feel unique and special. People are achieving this in a few ways. First, we are seeing more and more cerused finishes. Cerused, or liming, is used to open the wood grain up and contrast it with the selected base color. It produces a two-toned look. Another way people achieve a vintage look is by using various color stains in the same room. This is done by mixing and matching stain colors to produce an eccentric floor pattern.

We’re Here To Help!

As professionals in the luxury hardwood flooring industry for over 20 years, we have seen trends come and go. What is popular today might not be tomorrow, and a home-owner would never cut corners to jump on a trend that might cost them in the future. We would love to help you with any of your hardwood flooring needs. Please reach out to us with any questions!