Gray stains dominated wood flooring projects in the Detroit area for the past two years, says Ernest Sisson of Sisson Hardwood Flooring. Lately, however, Sisson says more and more clients are stopping him from staining after they see their freshly sanded hardwood floors, which are typically 4-inch white oak. “It’s just kind of turned into everybody wanting the blond floor,” Sisson says. Sisson champions the trend. “A lot of times they go natural to make the room feel bigger,” he adds.
Detroit Floors Go From Gray to ‘Blond’
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