Different styles of white real wood flooring
Although there is one universal characteristic to white wood flooring, they all differ by the shade of white, the grade of the wood, and how wide the planks are.
For example, whitewashed oak engineered wood flooring could come in different flooring grades which will affect the look of the wood. For example, a classic grade won’t show many typical characteristics of wood, for example, knots. Whereas a rustic grade floor will come with all kinds of knots and grooves you’d expect with solid wood. A classic grade is ideal for contemporary rooms who want a sleek and minimalist look. If you want a more homely or traditional style, a rustic grade may be best for you.
Read more here: A Guide to Different Flooring Grades.