Random width planks are a great hardwood flooring choice

Random width planks are a great hardwood flooring choice

If you've never experienced random-width hardwood flooring in person, you’ll want to learn more about it. This trend is a fantastic way to add a unique visual to any space in your home.

This design trend started in Colonial America when they used board lengths produced from local trees. With no specific choices available, random-width hardwood was the go-to choice because it was all that was available.

What makes random-width floors different?

Most hardwood installations use board widths that are the same, whether traditional, thin, or wide. Many homeowners prefer this look and use it to their great decorating benefit.

Random-width wood floors are self-explanatory in that planks of different sizes are used to create the floor. While the term "random" is used, there are generally three sizes to any random width floor covering.

Is engineered hardwood a good choice for random-width installation?

We can install engineered materials in random-width formats with outstanding results. You'll appreciate your floors, even more, when coupled with the extended benefits of engineered materials, such as excellent resistance to humidity.

You’ll also appreciate a random width installation for smaller rooms because it makes them look and feel bigger. This hardwood flooring option offers even more benefits when you visit us at our showroom.

Take time to browse our inventory for your hardwood flooring

The Curated Home Design takes pride in making our customers feel like family, with design experts standing by for the opportunity to work with you. Our budget levels fit every need and ensure your best results for any size remodel.

If you’re ready for the best wood flooring in Bellingham, WA, stop by our showroom to speak with an associate. We look forward to providing you with hardwood flooring, as we’ve done for residents of Bellingham, Ferndale, Lynden, Mount Vernon, Burlington, Skagit County, and Whatcom County.