In a perfect world, flooring would be seamless from room to room. Your hardwood would flow continuously from living room to bedroom to kitchen to bathroom. In the real world of remodelled homes, you cannot help but transition from one flooring type to another, because different rooms need different types of flooring. For example, the Brazilian Cherry works great in the living room, but you must transition to porcelain in the bathroom due to moisture issues. We have found some magnificent transition design idea to provide you with inspiration.
The herringbone design on this bathroom floor is glamourized by mixing tile and wood like tiles
Hexagonal tiles have been used here to create an impressive feature to this open plan dining room, thus keeping the flow yet defining the space
Take it up a notch
Continue the flow from the floor, up the counter and along the splashback to create an unusual, yet dynamic design
Play up the natural look with concrete and wooden flooring
Wood on wood
Using the same materials does not suggest that it needs to be boring. Wooden floor panels have been used to create a design by alternating darkly stained with raw.