5 Hardwood & Bamboo Styles to Update Your Home

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We have over 100 styles of hardwood and bamboo, meaning updating your home has never been easier! Whether you want trendsetting gray floors or classic oak, we have it all. We also have easy-to-install engineered and click-together options, plus solid hardwoods and bamboos in those same styles! Whatever direction you decide to go in for your remodel, we have something for you.

Virginia Mill Works Tobacco Road Acacia

Tobacco Road Acacia has an eye-pleasing, distressed surface with a delicate, rippled appearance. The planks have a light, honey finish with contrasting medium brown hues and natural Acacia graining. The rustic distressing and charming color variation make this a versatile floor, suitable for almost any décor. Check out the solid, engineered, and easy click options for this floor.

Virginia Mill Works Golden Acacia

Golden Acacia adds inviting warmth to any space with its coloring and strength. The understated elegance of the creamy golden sapwood and unique dark-streaked heartwood is breathtaking. Over time, this floor deepens in color, typically settling into a warm, golden tan. Explore the solid, engineered, and easy click options.

Builder’s Pride Brazilian Koa

With distinctive orange coloring and deep brown striping, Brazilian Koa is one of the most unique and exotic species available today. It is outstandingly durable, meaning you’ll have a stand-out floor that will stand up year after year. See this in solid, engineered, and easy click.

Morning Star Antique Hazel Strand Bamboo

Strand bamboo is created by compressing shredded bamboo fibers under extreme heat and pressure. This process allows strand bamboo floors to be harder and denser than traditional bamboo floors. See two solid (distressed or without distressing), engineered, and easy click options for this floor.

Morning Star Carbonized Strand Bamboo

“Carbonized” means that the bamboo is steamed, caramelizing the sugar within, which changes its color. This yields the warm, golden hue seen here. Shop solid, engineered, and easy click.

Check out more solid and engineered/easy click hardwood options, or find the LL store nearest you to get tips to help you get started on your next summer flooring project!

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