Does the width of the hardwood floors matter?

Does the width of the hardwood floors matter?

When it comes to wood flooring, the width can make quite a difference in several respects, and it could be in your best interest to find out more about it. In today’s post, we’re going to give you some details that could help you decide, so read along with us here to find out about them.

Which wood flooring width is best?

Wood floor planks are considered a standard width if they range from 2 ¼ to 3 inches wide, which works perfectly with most types of décor and style. In addition, the clean lines and versatility make it a perfect addition for overall room appeal.

Wide-width boards from 6 to 8 inches wide are perfect for smaller rooms; removing some of the seams, while even wider widths of more than 10 inches can open up larger spaces. At the same time, these large areas can take on impressive visual appeal if you use boards of varying widths.

Wide planks can be laid across the area for narrow rooms or spaces, such as long hallways, to make them feel wider and more open. There are extensive ways to use each board width, and you can find out more about these uses when you visit us at your convenience.

Visit us for the best wood flooring

Anthony’s World of Floors is a hardwood flooring company that caters to your specific need for the best products for your flooring remodel. Our associates are trained, experienced, and dedicated to ensuring the best experience for your entire household.

If you are a resident of Plandome Manor, Manhasset, Roslyn, Long Island, Sands Point, Brookville, Great Neck, Old Westbury, or New Hyde Park, NY, we invite you to visit us at our showroom in Port Washington, NY. We’ll make sure you find the engineered or solid hardwood flooring that works best for your household.