Myrtle Beach residents just love hardwood flooring, and for good reason. For hardwood in Myrtle Beach, there’s only one place to go: Young Interiors.
Want to go for contrast? First, look for a combination of warm and cool tones to make your floor stand out. As an example, if your hardwood has red undertones, you may wish to select a cooler blue-gray color for the walls. If you have a big picture window, and are lucky enough to look out into the blue sea or lush greenery, a brown undertone will pop.
Another trick is to play up both light and dark. For instance, you may have painted your kitchen cabinets white. Select a dark floor, maybe with some red undertones. That differing intensity can really make the wood stand out. If your living room is minimalist, with a light-colored hardwood floor that has golden or cream undertones, pump up the wall color to an intense brick or rust. Alternatively, if your floor is a dark brown, select light colors, such as peach upholstery.
Young Interiors is the expert in hardwood flooring in Myrtle Beach. The company also carries carpet, tile, glass tile, laminate, luxury vinyl, and luxury stone, as well as featured products. The company is headquartered in Myrtle Beach, with a showroom in Longs, SC.