Now you can adorn your own home and bedazzle people with hardwood in your Myrtle Beach home.
● Creative contrast: First, know the basics: hardwood comes in three main shades: light, dark and medium, but it certainly doesn’t stop there. (We’ll focus on the dark wood here, while the light and medium tones will be for future blog posts.)
● Dark hardwood floors have undertones, such as the reds, oranges and browns.
There’s only one place to get hardwood in Myrtle Beach: Young Interiors.
Dark hardwoods, like a mahogany, are known for adding a layer of contrast. Highlight the colors and add some drama to your room, with accessories, upholstery, or even a window overlooking blue water, blue skies or lush greenery to bring out those undertones.
● Let it shine! We tend to think of dark floors for traditional places, but a dark hardwood floor can be stunning in a contemporary setting. For instance, if you have a dark hardwood floors, you might want to use the other woods, such as very light wood for tables and bookcases, or you might even paint them white to give your room the Scandinavian modern look.
● Open up the room! Open floor plans and loft-like spaces are becoming more and more the norm; now you can always continue the visit with the guests, even when meal-preparation time. People can eat at the dining room table while enjoying the view from the big picture window in the living room! You may want to install hardwood planks, because you’ll avoid the seams and, also, planks just naturally flow from room to room.
● Radiant rugs: Not only do area rugs create a plusher feeling underfoot, but you can coordinate the rug’s colors with the undertones to add that “za za zoom.”
Young interiors has vast selection of carpet, hardwood, laminate, resilient, tile and stone. The company has showrooms in Myrtle Beach and Longs, SC.