Absolutely! You don't have to live on the coast to have a coastal design (although a bit of salt air never hurts!).

Coastal design isn't the same as nautical. You won't see a lot of designs with anchors and seashells. Instead, coastal is more minimalist with soft, subtle neutrals, like light hardwood flooring and natural materials.

Hardwood is an essential element

Light, cool-toned solid or engineered hardwoods, mainly gray or whitewashed floors, work incredibly well with the coastal design. The wood's pale shade and distressed texture are a great companion to the airy, breezy, casual, and relaxed atmosphere of coastal style.

Wood textures are essential. When it's distressed, it adds to the driftwood look.

When you come into our showroom, you'll see an assortment of both solid and engineered hardwood floors. For example, "Nature Solid" by Mullican or "BeachSide Villa/Natural Hickory" by Mohawk's TecWood Plus.

Visit our showroom
when shopping for wood floors in Southern Pines, NC. You'll be glad you came in. 

Advantages of a hardwood flooring surface

1.Style. Wood adds warmth and charm to any space. It's also classic and never goes out of style. Wood also works well with any decor.

2.Real estate value-adding. At least 70% of the initial cost will be reflected as an increase in your property values. If you plan to sell, potential buyers often pay up to 2.5% more for these homes.

3.Long-lasting beauty. Both solid and engineered hardwood floors last for decades. Solid wood has been known to last up to 100 years.

4.Cost-effective: Because hardwood flooring lasts so long, there are few, if any, repair and replacement costs.

Quality product, a great value in Southern Pines, NC

At Total House + Flooring, you consider your home a significant investment. We'll ensure you get the hardwood flooring installation that meets your decor, style, and budget.

Our showroom is in Southern Pines, NC. Visit us today to learn more about our superior services and vast inventory. We service folks in and around Aberdeen, Fayetteville, Rockingham, Asheboro, and Pinehurst, NC.