Is the colour of the wood important when you're choosing a floor?

As a general rule, light coloured woods such as European maple, birch, beech, or Canadian maple aren't normally recommended for very high traffic areas. They would require a lot more maintenance and every speck of dirt would be visible. A slightly darker floor, with more colour variation, is more forgiving. The table below includes our various applications and lists the most suitable species in each case:





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Real Wood Quality Floors in Europe: Is the colour of the wood important when you're choosing a floor?
Is the colour of the wood important when you're choosing a floor?
Real Wood Quality Floors in Europe
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