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Modern Flooring Material - Your choice of flooring material should cater to its surroundings. With that in mind, our modern flooring offerings come in an incredible selection of shapes and materials, letting you choose anything from boldly textured hardwood to sleek white tile and resilient laminate. In an airy living space that features bright colors and bold designs, a dark, hickory hardwood can make the perfect backdrop. For a more out-of-the-box look and feel, you can also browse our contemporary flooring made up of materials like cork, bamboo, vinyl, and linoleum. If you are looking for a modern floor that is sleeker and more impact resistant than your standard hardwood, tile flooring is an excellent choice. Tile flooring combines the appeal of a modern floor with a degree of durability one doesn’t usually associate with the modern aesthetic.
Modern Flooring Style + Color - Aside from your walls, your floor will make up the largest surface area of a room, and your home in general. With that in mind, it’s absolutely essential that your modern flooring choice reflects the style and décor you plan to complement it with. For that exact reason, our broad selection of hardwood floors come in a wide variety of base colors and rich hues. Whether you lean towards the lighter tone of neutral maple hardwood or prefer the naturally weathered appearance of our engineered oak selections, we have a hardwood option for any design preference. If you have a very specific color or décor to match, tile flooring, with its impossibly diverse range of shapes, colors, and patterns, may better meet your needs.
Modern Floor Room Type + Function - Aside from showcasing your personal style and décor, your floor should complement the natural function of each room in your home. You should also adapt the look and durability of your modern flooring with the primary activities that will take place in the room it’s featured in. In a living space you know will have to stand up to a good deal of wear and tear, an engineered hardwood or laminate can offer you an added degree of durability while water-resistant tile flooring lets you easily mop up the inevitable spills in a kitchen or bathroom. On the other hand, you may decide to outfit your bedroom floor with a warmer, hickory laminate that helps calm you at the end of a hectic workday.