1 – Choose a suitable colour
As a general rule, dark colours should be avoided in small rooms or rooms with low ceilings. Moreover, your floor colour should ideally contrast with your wall and furniture tints.
But a lot also depends on the look you want to create. Do you prefer a classic look? Go for natural unstained wood or traditional shades of brown. Dark and black tones, on the other hand, go well with modern interiors.
2 – Check your underlay
Do you have underfloor heating? Then hardwood floors, except for ash and beech, are definitely an option as long as you pick the right underlay. What’s more, the choice of underlay will also define the acoustic insulation.