A vintage aesthetic is the perfect way to add personality, style, and history to your home. This trend has taken home design by storm, with vintage furniture, floors, and rugs all in high demand. Get the look with these flooring ideas! Floor Coverings International® of Overland Park has compiled our favorite floors that capture a vintage vibe.
Vintage Area Rugs
Area rugs are a simple, easy, and stylish way to add vintage appeal to your Olathe home. Go for an artistically or authentically faded rug. Or, consider a Turkish rug with a distinct pattern and bright color. Classic patterns and faded fabrics will complement your home’s decor and bring character and style.
Reclaimed Hardwood Flooring
Bring history to your home with reclaimed wood flooring! These floors are sourced from a variety of places, such as old homes, barn doors, and church steps. They often bear the marks of authentic hand-crafting and will look uniquely worn based on their history. Reclaimed wood floors will bring a stunning, historic, vintage vibe to your home.
Distressed Hardwood Flooring
Distressed - or hand-scraped - hardwood can be a beautiful addition to your home. Distressed hardwood flooring has a laid-back vintage vibe that looks authentically aged. Some distressed hardwood has markings inspired by the mill-crafted hardwood of the past, before mass manufacturing took over.
Parquet Hardwood Flooring
Parquet is a classic, visually distinct pattern that was once at home in European castles. This flooring has extreme vintage appeal and is a stunning twist on classic hardwood flooring. Another benefit of parquet hardwood flooring is that it’s as easy to install as tile.
Find Your Perfect Floors in Olathe Today!
To learn more about your various flooring options, give the team at Floor Coverings International® of Overland Park a call! We’re happy to help you create the perfect look for your Olathe home. Book a free in-home consultation today! We proudly serve Overland Park, Olathe, Leawood and the surrounding areas.
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