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Another bedroom featuring a nice vaulted ceiling and hardwood flooring that leads to a private balcony.Trulia

Another look of the bedroom focusing on the room's fireplace and the beautiful beams. Multiple glass windows let the sunlight through for a nice morning wake up.Trulia

The spacious bedroom features a fireplace and exposed beams along with hardwood flooring that perfectly blend with the white walls.Trulia

Another bedroom featuring a flushmount ceiling light and two table lamps on both side of the bed. There's a wall design on the white wall while the windows let the sunlight in coming from the outside.Trulia

The bedroom features a glass window and doors. The bed have two end tables topped by lampshades while the rug is perfect with the hardwood flooring.Trulia

Another one of Anna's bedrooms featuring a wide rug on top of the hardwood flooring surrounded by the white walls and lighted by two lampshades.Trulia

Traditional large bedroom with hardwood floors and white walls along with tray ceiling and chandelier.Zillow Digs TM

The master bedroom boasts an elegant chandelier perfect with the white walls while the rug is perfect for the hardwood flooring.Trulia

The luxurious bedroom features a king sized bed and a wide flat screen television and has a walk-in balcony for an absolute relaxation.Trulia

Glam bedroom with white walls and warm table lamp lighting together with hardwood flooring and recessed ceiling lights.Wayfair

Modern and contemporary bedroom with hardwood flooring and gray walls along with wide glass window and white lamp shades.Wayfair

White eclectic bedroom with small windows and table lamp along with wooden ottoman and rug.Wayfair

White country bedroom with sylish rug and wall design together with a couple of pink table lamps.Wayfair

Traditional bedroom with white walls and hardwood flooring along with glass window and table lamps.Wayfair

Modern contemporary bedroom with gray and white stripe wall designs and gray bed together with gray end table and gray club chair.Wayfair

Country bedroom with hardwood walls and flooring along with rug and table lamps.Wayfair

Gram bedroom with gray walls and stylish pendant light along with rug and glass corner tables.Wayfair

Modern and contemporary white bedroom with stylish rug and hardwood bed frame together with hardwood flooring and table.Wayfair

Coastal bedroom with hardwood wall and white table lamps together with white end tables with cabinet.Wayfair

Industrial bedroom with brick wall and cream colored rug along with freestanding shelves and table lamps.Wayfair

Surprisingly, hardwood is the most popular flooring option for master bedrooms.  Not by much though.

49.42% of master bedrooms have hardwood floor.  We set out all the bedroom floor data below the photo gallery.

Not surprisingly, medium shade hardwood is the most popular shade for master bedrooms.  Medium shade hardwood is used in 42.18% of master bedrooms that has hardwood.

Carpet flooring tops out at 41% of the 165,175 rooms surveyed, but combined, dark, medium, and light hardwood floors supersede it in popularity, equaling about 50% of all rooms (see chart below). Other options that room owners have chosen from include concrete, coming in at fourth with 1.7% of rooms, followed by tile, laminate, vinyl, and even options like brick and cork.

Below we feature our massive and growing photo gallery of master bedrooms with hardwood floor.  You’ll see wood floor of all species as well as bedrooms of all styles.  Interestingly, many designs have area rugs too (see our rug buying guide as well as types of area rugs article).

While carpeted flooring in the master bedroom was once considered chic and new, nowadays homeowners are making a dramatic shift toward the rich tones and clean accessibility of hardwood floors. Ranging from dark, medium, to light tones and kinds of wood, this versatile flooring material can upgrade a room from simple to fabulous with just one element.

Chart setting out percentage of different master bedroom flooring materials.

Hardwood Floor Functionality

Making the change to hardwood is exciting, but more than just the initial functionality—it is easy to clean and maintain, unlike carpets which easily stain and get old with time. Designs for master bedrooms with hardwood floors are in an entirely new category, and so the possibilities for a new look and style are limitless.

The wood floors can add both value and beauty to your bedroom, and beyond that, it can be installed in the entire master bedroom suite, such as the bedroom, bathroom, and closet, for a tight, cohesive look. This can anchor your home together while allowing for versatility in decoration and colors for each room.

Hardwood Materials From Which to Choose

There are a variety of wood floors available, such as birch, cherry, maple, walnut, and of course, oak. Material options range from classic oak planks to modern looks achieved with bamboo or even eucalyptus, which are ideally durable, affordable, and sustainable.

Luxurious homeowners can opt for rare resources, such as Brazilian koa wood, which is pricey but also incredibly durable and richly beautiful. Another name of koa wood is the exotic “tiger wood”, and its price comes from its strength, harder than oak planks, and the rich color somewhere between auburn and dark brown.

Design Options with Hardwood

When you choose a dark, coffee-colored hardwood, you can create a dramatic effect in your bedroom when you contrast it with creamy linens and beige walls, making your room peaceful and beautiful. Or, dark hardwood floors can be paired with other rich fabrics and a large, open window letting in natural light so the room stays bright.

If you are renovating an old attic or small space into a master bedroom, a hardwood floor gives it an instant sense of sophistication and comfort. No matter what your bedroom plans are, a master bedroom with hardwood flooring is sophisticated and elevated.