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The Best Flooring Options For Every Room

The Best Flooring Options For Every Room

When it comes to renovating every room in your house, it isn’t enough to give the interior walls a fresh coat of paint. You also have to determine if your flooring needs an upgrade.

Apparently, you know it’s time to change your flooring materials when the surface of the floor has faded or when there are noticeable defects such as scratches, cracks, dents, and discoloration.

When it comes to choosing the best material for your flooring, you know full well it doesn’t take overnight to decide. You will have to spend ample time designing the remodel and searching for flooring options that work best based on what you prefer.

That said, here are a few flooring options that will help you ace your room remodeling.

1. Tile

Give your bathroom a zen-like feel with white floor tiles and black interior wall designs.
Give your bathroom a zen-like feel with white floor tiles and black interior wall designs.
Photo from Hunker

As far as durability is concerned, porcelain or ceramic tiles have always been a middle-class standard. Aside from the fact that they are cheaper, tiles are also cleaner. Stains can easily be wiped off without leaving any discoloration on the surface. Another great advantage is that tiles can easily be cut down to size, allowing you to shape and fit them. However, tiles can crack with just the right amount of force and it is difficult to replace a damaged tile with a new one.

2. Carpeting

Nothing says modernity quite like grey carpeting.
Nothing says modernity quite like grey carpeting.
Photo from Flooring Inc

If you have a playroom for the kids, then you might as well opt for a flooring material that provides protection from a fall and creates a cozier atmosphere for your children. Along these lines, a carpeted floor is your best choice. As a good rule of thumb, you can opt for carpeting that non-absorbent. This will make it easier for you to clean off liquid stains. Plus, carpeting can cushion your children’s steps and make for a peaceful atmosphere.

3. Hardwood

Transform your home into a turn-of-the-century dwelling with rustic floors.
Transform your home into a turn-of-the-century dwelling with rustic floors.
Photo from Coastal Shows

Want to update your dining area? You can look no further than hardwood flooring. Whether finished or unfinished, hardwood can provide you with a floor that’s both long-lasting and easier to clean. Then again, hardwood can lose its coating over time, making it highly vulnerable to scratches and moisture. For what it’s worth though, hardwood floors make for a wiser option since they can give your dining room and kitchen a more rustic and yet sophisticated vibe.

4. Vinyl

Vinyl blends beautifully with white walls and ceilings
Vinyl blends beautifully with white walls and ceilings.
Photo from Houzz

Plastic for the flooring? It’s possible! You’re actually doing a lot more in protecting your floor and preventing moisture buildup, so be sure to install it through the right contractor. Another great advantage of vinyl is that it can withstand a large amount of daily foot traffic. Plus, it works best in areas such as the kitchen and laundry room.

5. Linoleum

Cheaper than most flooring options, linoleum provides a cost-effective way to give new life to your home.
Cheaper than most flooring options, linoleum provides a cost-effective way to give new life to your home.
Photo from Houzz

Another plastic material to consider installing, linoleum is much more eco-friendly than all other materials in this list. Although linoleum isn’t exactly a practical material you can use for your living room as far as prices go, they can give your home a more retro vibe. If you’re opting for balance between durability and sophistication, then linoleum is exactly the material you wanted.

6. Cork

 Imagine walking on marshmallows, because that’s what cork flooring feels like.
Imagine walking on marshmallows, because that’s what cork flooring feels like.
Photo from Houzz

Want to make your bedroom extra cozy and warm? You can replace your flooring with cork. One thing’s for sure, it’s a material that has numerous advantages, and not just keeping your feet warm. It also absorbs sound, so you won’t have to worry about tapping and creaking. But one thing about cork that really stands out for many families is that it’s all natural. You can rest assured that your family is not exposed to a chemical residue which often comes from factory-manufactured flooring.

Changing your flooring is one crucial step toward realizing your goal of turning your property into an ideal home.

And if you’re still looking for your ideal home, rest assured that we can help you make the move!



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