Design
Design
  • Design -Color
     
    A pale, antiqued floor can softly brighten a smaller room and add an open airy feel.

    Shades of pale with gentle greys are the latest fashion.

    These neutral, calming colors have been picking up steam and they are quickly becoming a staple in the modern household.

    Ask your retailer for samples to view in your home, or order them yourself on our website.
     
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    Design -Board-to-Board Color Variation
     
    Natural hardwood boards vary in color from board-to-board. This variation is part of the beauty of wood flooring.

    To see the color variation level for a product, go to the bottom of the product detail page.
  • Design -Species
     
    Aayers offers a wide selection of wood species to match any design style.

    The differences in wood species are as fascinating as they are beautiful, from the pronounced grain of oak to the fine, straight grain of maple.
     
    Exotics like acacia creates a bold design statement.

    Go to product detail page to view species details.
  • Design -Hardness Scale
     
    Hardwoods used in flooring are given a hardness rating which indicates how resistant the wood is to dents and wear.

    As you would expect, harder woods are better able to withstand indentations than softer woods.

    Check the hardness rating for a product on the hardness detail page.
     
  • Design -Wide planks
     
    Wide planks inspired by 19th century homes are making a contemporary statement.

    Try planks wider than 5 inches wide in enhance the natural beauty of any wood type.
     
  • Design -Gloss

     

    Hardwood floors gloss level is important just like photos.
     

    Ultra glossy, reflecting light, shiny and lustrous finished days are gone. Homeowners are now choosing understated, flat finishes with less shine.


    Matte finish is that flat finish that your fingers don’t stick to. It can look dull, but it looks much more natural and is often a stylistic choice for both flooring and photos.


    Satin finishes are a compromise in between glossy and matte, it is about 40% lustrous.As the trends change and homeowners are beginning to prefer less polished flooring, satin is not such a drastic step.


    View shine levels on the products details page.

  • Design -Texture
     
    Texture is trending.

    Interest in artisan and vintage styles is putting textured hardwoods in the spotlight.

    Wire-brushed surfaces are on the rise, along with true aged, smoked and weathered driftwood looks.
     
  • Design -Style
     
    Aayers hardwood flooring brings Beauty and Strength to Any Room.
     
    Explore the many looks available from a smooth surface that enhances a sleek, sophisticated, more contemporary decor to a hand-scraped surface that creates a more casual look.