When choosing a flooring type for your home, consider factors like your budget, the specific room’s function, the amount of foot traffic, maintenance requirements, and your aesthetic preferences. Each flooring type has its own unique features that can impact its suitability for different areas within your home.
Here are just a few flooring types to consider:
- Hardwood Flooring: Made from natural wood, hardwood flooring offers a timeless and elegant look. It’s durable, can be refinished, and comes in various wood types, colors, and finishes.
- Stoneform Flooring: (my go-to is Hewn Flooring) A composite flooring made of nearly 70% limestone and 30% virgin non-recycled PVC which makes it ultra-stable and durable. Stoneform flooring has all the benefits of natural wood and stone flooring without all the upkeep and hassle.
- Tile Flooring: Tile flooring includes ceramic, porcelain, and natural stone tiles. They are durable, easy to clean, and come in various styles, colors, and patterns. They’re suitable for areas with high moisture, like bathrooms and kitchens.
- Concrete Flooring: Concrete can be polished, stained, or sealed to create a stylish and durable flooring option. It’s commonly used in modern and industrial-style interiors.
- Stone Flooring: Natural stone flooring includes options like marble, granite, travertine, and slate. These materials provide a luxurious and elegant appearance but can be more high-maintenance.
- Laminate Flooring: Laminate flooring is a cost-effective alternative to hardwood. It’s made of composite wood with an image of wood or stone on the surface. It’s durable, easy to clean, and comes in various styles.
- Carpet Flooring: Carpet provides comfort and warmth underfoot. It’s available in various styles, textures, and colors. It’s not ideal for high-moisture areas but can be a cozy choice for bedrooms and living rooms.
Not sure how to decide on flooring for your home?
Start by asking yourself the following questions and then seek out samples from various vendors.
- How do you want the space at hand to feel?
- What is the function of the space?
- How much traffic and what kind will the space encounter?
- What budget range are you looking to keep?
If you are ever unsure what to go for or looking for a designer’s eye to achieve a specific look and feel then book a call with Pleasant Hill Co. today!