Wood flooring is not only extremely durable, but it is also gorgeous and adds a refined touch to any home. It also works with all decorating styles, including traditional and modern, which is why this type of flooring is so popular.

Hardwood flooring comes in a variety of wood species, including oak, cherry, and walnut (to name a few), and can be sanded and stained to suit your preferences. 

Before purchasing new wood furniture, take a good look at your existing wood flooring to understand more about it. Consider the color, how dark or light the flooring seems, the grain patterns, and any other distinguishing features. This will assist you in selecting wood furniture that matches the floor exactly.

Take a sample of your flooring with you when you go furniture shopping to check how it looks with different pieces. You can also snap a close-up photo of your flooring to refer to when purchasing.

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Recognize Your Undertone and Mass Tone

Shopping for the undertone and mass tone of the wood is an excellent place to start when looking for furniture that fits your wood floor, or vice versa.

Colors have two components: the main tone and the undertone. The bulk tone is visible at first glance, but the undertone becomes more visible upon closer scrutiny. Many individuals are unaware that wood can have undertones or subtle coloration that can impact the appearance of the object. However, matching the undertones to your wood is critical for producing a unified effect throughout your home.

Undertones can be warm, cool, or neutral in appearance; warm tones in wood tend to seem yellow, orange, or red, whilst cool undertones in wood appear grey. Neutral undertones give wood a beige appearance with no discernible coloration.

When it comes to combining different woods, harmonizing those with the same undertone is essential. By determining the undertones in your wood flooring, you will be able to discover colors that precisely complement your décor.

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Avoid Going Against The Grain

All wood flooring has a distinct wood grain, which is mostly determined by the grade of wood used to create the floor you’ve chosen. The grain will run the same way across the room, which is helpful when searching for matching furniture.

Choosing furniture with a similar grain pattern to your flooring, especially if you choose different wood species, is a terrific way to ensure it all blends together seamlessly.

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