Are you thinking about changing the flooring in one of your rooms or your entire home? If you are, you might be surprised to see just how many different options you have, not just in colour but in material and style. Here are several different types of flooring you might consider and what rooms they work best in.
Carpet is probably the most luxurious flooring in terms of texture. There’s nothing quite like the feeling of thick, soft carpet under your bare feet when you get out of bed in the morning. Carpets come in a wide variety of colours and textures. The carpet you’d find in a hallway or other high-traffic area is usually fairly flat and designed to combat stains, while carpeting in the bedroom or living room may be thicker and have more padding under it. Adding Telford carpets is one way of adding a touch of luxury to a room.
Vinyl was once considered the ugliest flooring, but it has come a long way since then. Today, vinyl printers can create just about any design you want on vinyl and make it look like tile, wood, or anything else. It’s still one of the most budget-friendly floorings, though, and it’s very easy to clean. That’s why many people love using vinyl in the bathroom, kitchen, and laundry area.
Wood is a classic flooring option for a good reason: it looks amazing, and it’s incredibly durable. Wood flooring comes in a few different options. Real wood flooring looks wonderful if you keep it shined, plus it’s fairly durable. Laminate flooring, on the other hand, is much easier to install and is stronger. You can use wood flooring in almost any room, although because of how wood can react with moisture it’s usually not used in the kitchen or bathrooms.