Does dark wood furniture go with light wood floors?
Subsequently, one may also ask, what furniture goes with dark wood floors?
For the most harmonious look, choose wood furniture that matches the warmth of your floors but is a few shades lighter. For instance, pair grayish or black wood floors with pale, weathered woods, and pair warm, rich floors (like the ones shown here) with warm medium- to light-toned woods like cherry or maple.
Likewise, how do you match furniture to hardwood floors? The Golden Rule. If you want one simple rule to follow, here's an easy one to remember: match delicate furniture with light woods and heavier furniture with dark woods. Light wood floors can be overpowered by heavy pieces of furniture, while dark floors can swallow up more delicate chairs and tables.
Similarly, does wood furniture have to match wood floors?
While mixing wood tones is perfectly acceptable and, in fact, encouraged, it always helps to pick a dominant wood tone as a starting point to help you choose other pieces to bring in the room. If you have wood floors, this would be your dominant wood tone. Otherwise, pick the largest furniture piece in the room.
What color goes with dark wood floors?
If you prefer a bit of color, go with a whisper-light blue or lavender. Dark wood floors in the kitchen can be very chic. Keep the overall effect elegant and light by balancing the dark floors with white cabinetry and walls, warm bronze metals and wood accents just a few shades lighter than the floors.