LL Style Report:  3 Tones to Try

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A warm, inviting home never goes out of style. This Fall Flooring Season we’re excited to bring you our first-ever LL Style Report featuring some of today’s hottest trends in flooring! We teamed up with interior designer Stephanie Theofanos of Modern Traditions Interior Design to explore three looks we know you’ll love:

1. Natural Wood

Today, natural wood looks play an important role in interior spaces as a way of bringing warmth to your home. Why is flooring important? Stephanie says, “It sets the tone for the room, it’s the largest area that we see. Whatever choices we make with our flooring, it can change the total style of the room.”

Wood is the perfect element for bringing nature into your home – whether on the floor, on walls, as an accent, a headboard, your kitchen island…the possibilities are endless.

Morning Star Elk Creek Bamboo features subtle distressing and dark earthy hues on 7½” wide planks to create a cozy canvas.

2. Mix It Up

Just as interior design is embracing harmoniously mismatched design, flooring is branching out in exciting new directions. A mix of wood flooring stains and random plank widths and lengths allows you to have a truly unique look.

Bellawood Governor’s Estate Oak Hardwood is one of our most unique floors with random-width planks from 4” to 8” and an eye-catching display of varying brown tones. Add unrivaled character with this look – even on walls!

3. Indigo Inspiration

Some consider indigo the new neutral – it can work with warm tones, cool colors, or as a fun way to add a pop of style. That’s why we created Morning Star Crushed Indigo Bamboo! The lively sheen of moody blues shift in waves from dark to light, fading to areas with slight distressing and a worn-smooth denim effect.

Not ready for a blue floor? Try Carriage House White Ash! It’s perfect with indigo / blue tones

See more from Stephanie, plus see the full LL Style Report online!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gwP05kThX1c&t

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