Wood Flooring By Style
There are literally thousands of types, styles and species of wood flooring to choose from. Before selecting a floor it is helpful to consider where it’s going to be installed in your home, the conditions it will encounter, the look you are trying to achieve and also budget. Having a better understanding of the applications required, as well as the style of flooring you are wanting to purchase will make choosing the right floor easier.
But don’t worry, we are here to help. Our expert staff will walk you through all of the details and make sure that you get the exact flooring you want and need that fits within your flooring budget. Simply scroll down to view information on flooring by type, view our floor catalog online, visit our Portland floor showroom or request a free flooring quote. No matter how you decide to proceed with your floor shopping, we will assist you to make it simple!
The surface design depicts the texture and visual element of your floor, which is typically outside of the finish, stain or color. So we are talking about the smoothness, roughness and feeling of the actual surface of the floor you choose and these differences can also impact the floor price as well.
Here are just some of the surface design textures that are most common. Though each surface design finish may differ from one manufacturer to another, they are usually fairly self explanatory.
Simple Floors Portland offers several main types of flooring, which covers just about every application, taste or style. Following are the main types that are generally available. You can scroll down to get more details and product pricing for each floor type.
Solid Wood Flooring
Simple Floors Portland carries over 3,000 flooring choices and that accounts for a lot of different wood species. However, here is a list of some of the most common wood species used in flooring. You can easily type a specific wood species in any search box within our flooring catalog and find what you’re looking for.
*It is important to note that depending on the flooring product and manufacturer, sometimes the wood species may be in the name of the product and reflects the resulting appearing of the material, not the actual wood species that makes up the flooring product.
Pine (Southern Yellow)
Teak – True teak is native to regions of Southeast Asia, but is commonly grown in Central and South America.
American Black Walnut
Hardwood Brands We Carry
Aayers | ABODE | Antiquus | ARK Floors | Bruce | Cascade Floors | Gala Manufacturing | Hallmark Floors | Kentwood | Mercier | Mirage | Monarch Plank | Nature Flooring | Rewards | SLCC | Windriver | Craft | The Cronin Company | Heritage Woodcraft | Johnson Hardwood | Karelia | Oasis Flooring | Provenza | Aurora Hardwoods | T.A.S. Flooring
More on hardwood here
Laminate Flooring Brands We Carry
Armstrong | Evoke | IVCUS | Mannington – Restoration | Natural Choices | Pacific Mat | Provenza | Republic | SLCC | TAS
More on our laminate flooring here
Type any word to search all flooring products. (Examples: Oak, Handscraped, Vintage, Dark)
Luxury Vinyl Tile Floors
LVT Brands We Carry
Adamantine | Aurora Hardwoods | Cali Bamboo | Coretec | Engage | Gala Manufacturing | Hallmark Floors | Mannington – Adura Max | Neptune | Oasis | Ridgeline | SLCC
More about Luxury Vinyl Tile and LVT
Bamboo Flooring Brands We Carry
Cali Bamboo | Gala Manufacturing | Premium Green
More about our Bamboo Floors
Engineered Floor Brands We Carry
Aayers | Craft | ARK Floors | Aurora Hardwoods | BOEN | Bruce | D&M Flooring | Gala Manufacturing | Hallmark Floors | Johnson Hardwoods | Karelia | Kentwood | Mercier | Mirage | Monarch Plank | Nature Flooring | Oasis | Provenza | Rewards | SLCC | TAS
How Are We Different?
Simple Floors Portland has over 3,000 flooring products available. No matter what type, color or style of floors you’re looking for, we have your covered for just about any budget.
We stock nearly every type of flooring for residential and commercial wood floor applications.
Some of our flooring styles:
Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT)
Our flooring comes in many textures such as smooth, handscraped, distressed, vintage or wire-brushed.