The most popular hardwood shade is medium hardwood, which makes up a tad over 47% of all kitchens with hardwood (light and dark being the compared shades).
It makes sense that hardwood is so popular. These days, finishes make hardwood very durable, stain-resistant and of course, it looks fabulous. The variety of species and shades you can buy is amazing.
Below is our massive gallery of kitchens with hardwood floor of all species and shades as well as kitchens of all styles including modern, traditional, beach, cottage, rustic, midcentury, Mediterranean and more.
White residential kitchen with white enamel cabinets, recessed lighting, hardwood floors, wooden breakfast island, and stainless steel appliances.
Farmhouse style single wall great room kitchen with coffered ceiling, chandelier, farmhouse sink, hardwood floors, and 2 islands.
Elegant white kitchen with white enamel custom cabinets, white marble countertop kitchen island, stainless steel appliances, hardwood floors, with recessed and pendant lighting.
White U-shaped kitchen with pastel blue hues from the breakfast island bar, hardwood floors, and simple pendant lights.
U-shaped kitchen with farmhouse style cabinetry, tall ceiling, hardwood flooring, breakfast island, stainless steel appliances, and pendant lighting.
Wood themed U-kitchen with a long breakfast island bar, rustic custom cabinetry, hardwood floors, and recessed ceiling lights.
Cozy kitchen with wooden cabinetry, breakfast island bar, hardwood floors, and recessed lighting.
Spacious L-shaped kitchen with tall ceiling, farmhouse style cabinetry, hardwood floors, breakfast island bar, and a combination of recessed and pendant lighting.
Farmhouse style U-shaped kitchen with a long white island, marble countertops, hardwood floors, and a subtle touch of Victorian decor pieces.
Another spacious single wall kitchen with polished hardwood floors, L-shaped kitchen island, wooden cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, and beam ceiling.
White L-shaped kitchen room with farmhouse style cabinetry, brown kitchen island, pendant, and recessed lights.
Elegant U-shaped kitchen with hardwood floors, oval-shaped breakfast island bar, polished white cabinetry, tall ceiling, and recessed lighting.
Modern kitchen with hardwood floors, long stainless steel breakfast island, glass walls, and Victorian style chandelier.
Wide U-shaped kitchen with an all wood theme from its cabinetry, kitchen island, and floors. It has recessed ceiling lights and dining space on one end.
U-shaped kitchen with white farmhouse style cabinetry, recessed ceiling lights, central breakfast island bar, and hardwood floors.
Luxurious kitchen with custom wooden cabinets, long and angled breakfast island bar, recessed ceiling lights, and hardwood floors.
Elegant kitchen with white coffered ceiling, hardwood floors, angled breakfast island, and white cabinetry.
White kitchen with large square white island and dark stools. The notable feature of this island is the square shape (most islands are rectangular). The dark stools work well with the white kitchen design.
Elegant white kitchen with dark breakfast island bar that gives it a pop of contrast, hardwood floors, and recessed lighting.
Decorative kitchen with a semi-rounded breakfast island bar, cream upholstered chairs, hardwood floors, and cream farmhouse style cabinetry.
L-shaped rustic toned kitchen with a white breakfast island bar for contrast, farmhouse style brown cabinets, hardwood floors, and recessed lights.
Spacious brown toned kitchen with an elaborate breakfast island bar, hardwood floors, wooden cabinetry, and decorative pendant lights.
Kitchen Floor Data
Below are charts and tables providing data about the types of flooring used for kitchens as well as hardwood shade data for kitchens.
1. Types of Kitchen Flooring by Percentage
The following chart and table set out the percentage of each type of flooring used in kitchens. For this data, we analyzed 559,869 kitchens.
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2. Hardwood Flooring Shades (for Kitchens)
The following chart sets out the percentage of the different hardwood flooring shades (dark, medium and light). This set of data was obtained from analyzing 350,672 kitchens, all of which had hardwood floors.
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