Hardwood floors, love ’em or hate ’em, a lot of us have got ’em. But time does take a toll on them, and we have to think about sprucing them up every now and then. The New Year is a perfect time to rejuvenate your hardwood floors (and the rest of your home, for that matter).
Now, if you really have grown tired of your hardwood floors, and would rather get rid of them, then go for it. Your home should be a place you love walking into, not one that makes you think “Oh, look at those ugly old floors.” If you want to remove your hardwood floors, it’s a bit of an undertaking but it can definitely be done. Get in touch with a home renovations contractor to talk about the project.
However, if you want to keep your hardwood floors but they just need some fixing up, then say no more.
It depends on the level of wear and tear, but sometimes all they need is some sanding down and refinishing. But another way to freshen up floors that’s gaining popularity is using paint. Painting, just painting, can become a renovation in itself.
You can go with one solid colour or you can get funky with multiple colours, stripes and patterns. You can turn a floor from something you don’t really notice, to a real focal point of your room’s design.