By Sam Ferris

It’s doubtful that these hardwood floors were purposely fashioned after fall feels, but we’ll pretend they are anyway. Sometimes a good match isn’t planned.

As flooring aficionados, we feel it’s our duty to acquaint you with styles that reflect the season (that’s some higher calling, right?). These fall-inspired hardwood floors grab the best of autumn – the changing colors and weathered woods – and bundle it all together into fashionable wood finishes. Take a look below and you’ll see exactly what we’re talking about. 
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Photo courtesy of Mohawk Flooring
Santos Mahogany Natural Hardwood Floor, Mohawk Flooring

Why it’s fall-inspired: Everything turns red in the fall, including hardwood floors. With a subtle cherry color in its predominantly brown color, Santos Mahogany Natural is a hardwood floor that delivers a rust-coated look that’s so truly autumnal.
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Photo courtesy of Mannington Residential
Lava Hardwood Floor, Mannington Residential

Why it’s fall-inspired: The colors and textures in this hardwood floor ebb and flow, shift and evolve, lighten and darken. Does that remind you of anything? The rich, rustic grains show us a beautiful hardwood floor that’s weathered but still very much alive.
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Photo courtesy of Columbia Flooring
Ivory Ash Hardwood Floor, Columbia Flooring

Why it’s fall-inspired: Tree trunk veins and pronounced grains. Columbia’s Ivory Ash hardwood floor is first and foremost about earthy textures. It’s also a throwback to the antiqued, hand-crafted hardwood floors of eras long gone, and there’s not a season that reminds us more of time gone by than fall.
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Photo Courtesy of Horizon Flooring
Taverna Hardwood Floor, Horizon Flooring

Why it’s fall-inspired: The European White Oak is actually a dark and brooding hardwood floor with a deep color and hand-scraped finish. As daylight dwindles and summer nights turn into early sunsets, what’s more appropriate than a romantic, dark brown hardwood floor? The answer is not much.

Lovin’ these styles? We carry all of them! The best part? They’re still gorgeous in winter. And spring. And summer. Click Here to request a free estimate for new hardwood floors in your home! Please include the style you’d like and approximate size.
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