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In the know: Hardwood flooring transforms rooms

 
Hardwood floors add warmth and charm to a room.

In fact, at Professional Installed Floors, we still, after almost 35 years in business, get excited when we see the look of pleasure on a customer’s face after we install hardwood flooring.

The customer just can’t believe their eyes at how a wood floor can transform a room.

A veteran-owned, National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) -member and green-certified company, we're often sought out by Atlanta homeowners and designers.

Our inventory includes a wide variety of flooring products, not just hardwood. Not just a retailer, we offer expert services such as installation, stair tread replacement, design consultations, in-home measuring, wood refinishing and more.

All of our products our Carb 11 Compliant, which means they won’t off-gas and compromise your indoor air quality.

Give us a call and one of our design consultants can come to you! We service Marietta, Canton, Woodstock, Jasper, and Ellijay, GA.
 
 
 
 
 
 

Light, medium or dark wood?

 
One of the questions our designers hear most in our flooring store is: “What wall color is best for my hardwood choice?” There are some basics, such as that lighter hues “open” a room, making it look airy, brighter and even bigger.

Dark floors are dramatic and balance it out with some lighter colors on walls and accessories. Too much dark and it looks small and depressing, not the glamorous result you’re seeking.

Medium tones are fun; they show off all the quirky knots and raised grains. For wall colors here just remember the basic rules of lighter and darker colors.

Don't forget undertones (secondary colors). For instance, a mahogany floor can have a red, orange or brown tone to it while a gray floor might look a little slate blue at times. Light oak can look yellow or caramel. Use complementary colors to bring out the undertones, while not clashing, and unifying the room’s design.

Invest in a $20 color wheel, as it’s important to balance the warmer vs cooler tones in any room.