September 04, 2013
With the summer season winding down in the next few months, many homeowners are looking for ways to revamp their home's personal style. September often means a drastic change in temperature, with the weather changing from hot and sunny to chilly and crisp air, so creating a cozy and comfortable home can help to make the months before winter even more enjoyable for family members and visiting friends. If you're looking to make a few simple and easy changes to modify the seasonal flair of your home, here are some suggestions that can help to get you started.
Installing a hardwood floor is one of the easiest ways to provide a blank canvas for the decoration of the rest of your home. Although selecting the floor that best fits their personality can be difficult for first time home owners, purchasing from a high-quality and reputable dealer can make the process easier as they will be able to help you choose a long lasting floor that will coordinate well with the design of your home throughout its life. Anderson Floors has been a leader in the hardwood flooring industry for over 60 years and provides a large selection of the best floors available on the market today in a wide variety of colors and styles.
With a light, honey-colored tone and solid construction, the Biscotti floor from the Dellamano collection by Anderson works well throughout any season and will match up with your living room style no matter how many times the paint color or furniture pattern is changed. Floors from Anderson come with a limited 30 or 50 wood floor year warranty when covered with the Luster-Lock Ultra finish, which has been tested in-house and is proven to last up to six times longer than a traditional wood polish or varnish.
After you have installed the perfect hardwood floor, changing up the style of your room becomes much easier than it would be with other flooring methods, which are traditionally made out of colored materials that cannot be easily changed. Changing up the paint color of your walls can help to complement your new floors while adding a rustic fall touch, using a color palette of deep reds, golden yellows and burnt oranges that match with the natural color scheme of the changing leaves. Use fabric covers for an easy and inexpensive furniture upgrade and add in a few soft touches like throw blankets and apple cinnamon candles for a completed look.