Many people have the idea in their head that they can only have one tone of wood in their home, and they believe if they move somewhere with different colored floors or if they decide to change up their cabinets, they’ll have to redo everything else to match. Thankfully, that’s not the case. It may seem difficult at first, but if you follow these next few tips, you’ll be able to match all sorts of wood tones and create the unique style you are looking for in your home. 

1. Choose your main wood tone.

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To make it easier on yourself, start by choosing a main wood tone that you can work around. Usually, this is the tone of your hardwood floors or kitchen cabinets — whichever stands out the most. 

2.  Select common undertones.