One thing there is no denying about white floors is the beauty of them. They have a classic, pristine style that is fresh and airy. If you are a neat freak, they could either be your best friend or your worst nightmare. Though it’s certainly not impossible to keep them clean, if you are looking for a low maintenance option then white floors are probably not your ideal choice. If you are up for the challenge, however, the results can be spectacular.
While they are most popular in contemporary styles, their versatility allows them to compliment anything from traditional to rustic. Check out these 10 examples of white floors to get some ideas and inspiration.
White-washed wood floors have a rustic appeal with a clean sensibility. Allowing some of the wood grain to show through the paint adds to the character.
Here is another example of white wood floors, this time with a stain rather than paint.
The bathroom is one of the most popular spaces for white floors. If you don’t want stark white, tile with hints of gray can bring some depth.
Polished marble always look upscale and sophisticated, especially in a bathroom.
Pair a dark color on the walls with white flooring for stunning contrast. The white paneling halfway up helps transition the two colors.
The pop of blue in the sofa and the weathered, neutral wall covering look great against the white floors.
Nothing says ‘clean’ like white floors and white walls. This space is chic, feminine, and simple.
A black and white striped rug brings some visual interest to a white floor in the bathroom, playing well off the black and white photographs.
The light reflects off the polished white tile in this kitchen to make the space feel even brighter.
If you love the look of white floors but want to add some extra character, diamond insets in a contrasting color can liven it up.
What do you think of the look of white floors? Would you ever be brave enough to try them in your own home?