Custom Stain

Get the exact color you want with custom hardwood floor staining from Dream Hardwood Floors.

Because of its beauty and durability, wood flooring instantly adds value to any home. However, one thing you do need to be wary of is choosing the wrong color for your flooring. The color should harmonize with your interior design and make rooms feel inviting.

Don’t Limit Yourself to Off the Shelf Colors

Can’t find the exact shade you want for your floors straight from the manufacturer? Don’t worry. You don’t have to settle for less than perfection. You just need to contact Dream Hardwood Floors. We provide custom hardwood floor staining to give you the specific color you envision for your flooring.

Why Trust Dream Hardwood Floors

At Dream Hardwood Floors, we have over 10 years of experience in the hardwood floor business. We know the correct custom hardwood floor staining techniques to use on your project to deliver a high-quality result that will stand the test of time:

  • Color Mixing: When creating custom stain colors, it’s important to consider the chemistry and properties of the stains being mixed together. The stains must be compatible, or else you end up with serious issues that may ruin the look of your floor. The safest bet is to mix colors from the same brand of stain, but we can also mix colors from different brands as long as they have similar chemistry. In any case, you can rely on Dream Hardwood Floors to help you mix your custom stain colors correctly.
  • Sample Creation: Some contractors will apply different shades of custom stain right on your floor to give you an idea of how the finished floor will look. This can be a recipe for disaster, especially if dark stains are being considered. Certain dark stains may not sand out completely, leaving you with a discolored spot on your finished floor. At Dream Hardwood Floors, we don’t take risks with your property. We’ll create sample boards when appropriate.
  • Hardwood Floor Staining: With Dream Hardwood Floors on the job, you know your floors will look beautiful with their custom stain in place. We follow all industry best practices for custom hardwood floor staining, including appropriate prep work and finishing, to deliver even color and a durable finish.

All work is personally handled or overseen by our owner, so you never have to worry about unqualified individuals working on your flooring. Instead you will receive the best quality service at a competitive price.

Call Now to Learn More

If you would like to learn more about custom stains, or if you would like an estimate on your project, please call us at 425-443-2183.

Customizing your hardwoods floors with the perfect custom stain is something we take pride in providing to our hardwood floor customers. Choose many many colors and hues for the perfect custom stain.

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