‘What does your ceiling height have to do with the floor stain you select? A lot, according to Tracy Morris of Tracy Morris Design. “If you have a low ceiling, use a light stain for your floor,” she suggests. “It will appear to raise your ceilings six inches.” You can achieve the reverse, too. “If you have high ceilings and want your space to feel cozier, select a darker color,” Morris instructs. “It will appear to lower your ceilings by six inches.”‘ This article on choosing the best wood floor color for your home, “How to Choose Wood Floor Color,” by Sarah Lyon of The Spruce features a few of Tracy’s projects. For questions on which wood floor color to choose for your home or help with an upcoming design or renovation project, please contact us.