How to Choose the Right Stain for Hardwood Floors

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  1. Great informative article. You touched upon so many relevant questions. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Gorgeous job! I would really like to see a picture of the stairs when they are finished. We will be installing bella cera hardwood in the upstairs hall and I am worried about the transition to the stairs. These suggestions will surely help.
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  3. Great article, very informative. It can be hard choosing a color for your floor. Good suggestions here.

  4. Thank you for putting a unique spin on this topic and giving me more factors to consider. I like your views and your style. I will definitely keep those cabinets on my list to research when we start our next remodel.
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  6. These are definitely note-worthy. Thanks for sharing your creativity with us!

  7. If you really want to minimize a red or orange tint, a cooler, darker stain will help hide those warm hues. You can see the natural color of my wood floors in the before photo above (it didn’t have any stain on it, just polyurethane) before we tinted them darker. Thank you.

  8. This blog is a great source for more info on how to choose the right stain for hardwood, I recently restored some hardwood floors that I found under my kitchen and have been looking for the best ways to keep them looking great. I didn’t realize that the temperature of my home would have an effect on the hardwood floors, but that does make sense with humidity and what not.