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We have been rolling out Rustic Chic furniture for years! If you can imagine it or draw it – we can make it! Our furniture is hand-crafted by Amish craftsman who have honed their skills from generation to generation. They are expert in their field and custom pieces are no problem. And, their prices are more reasonable than you think!
Call us to learn more about our Rustic Chic Furniture and Flooring. We are certain they both will blend beautifully in your new home.
They Say Blondes Have More Fun
True, if you’re Marilyn Monroe! But, it also may be true when it comes to trending floor styles! Customers are moving away from the espresso wood and dark stains and towards blondes and whitewashes. The dark floors have had their run and have been trailed closely by the greys but here come the blondies! Blonde hardwood has been making a comeback and for several good reasons…
1) A big draw-back of the dark floors is that you can see every little speck of dirt. But, with fresh, bright hues you see less of the light specks of dust.
2) Blonde wood, in particular, can give you that light feel, while still feeling timeless. As more homeowners embrace the light, open feel in their home, you will see a huge resurgence in light wood floors.
3) With blonde wood, your decorating possibilities are endless. You can go for a chic, contemporary feel or a rustic, homey vibe all without changing your floors.
4) Also, dark wood floors can make your home seem smaller. Good news; blonde wood does the opposite! It’s true; blonde wood makes any room feel larger and more open, especially if you use large planks.
For years, lighter floors were viewed as outdated or inexpensive. This is no longer the case. Trends always come back in style. Blonde hardwood was everywhere in the 80’s, and now we’re seeing it make its comeback.
Cherry flooring will add richness and character to your rooms. It has a naturally beautiful tone, but also stains nicely. The darker hues of cherry wood floors can complement or contrast nicely with many styles of décor in your home.
Although cherry floors are slightly softer than a maple or oak floor, they are still suitable for a home. Cherry floors most often come in a smooth, polished surface, but there are plank width options. If you are looking for a medium to dark floor, consider cherry flooring for its beauty and quality.
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