When it comes to combining or installing different colored wood floors, there is no definitive answer; it all comes down to personal preference. The short answer is yes, you can definitely mix and match hardwoods throughout the house. With the right approach, you can even place two different woods side by side. Ultimately, the decision of whether to match wood floors from room to room is completely up to you. You can choose to have a different floor in each room if it suits you, but the harmony and continuity that come with selecting a single floor material can also be beautiful.
I believe that wooden floors on the same level should match. For example, we have hardwood floors upstairs and then Allure Ultra (vinyl) floors in the basement. They look similar but don't exactly match.One of the most discussed topics in home improvement and new construction is whether to use different wooden floors in house designs or whether to choose a uniform floor material throughout the main body of the building. In my house, we have had Bernards and laminate flooring on the floor for the past 7 years, and it still looks like new.
If you want a hardwood floor, all the colors should match; if you're looking for a really high-end look, having wood of a different color in each room can seem cheap.