Flooring your new home can be an exercise in extreme patience and deliberation. There is a multitude of flooring options that funnel from the type of material to hues, finishes, and artistic details.
You may assume that warm hardwood is the only choice for your home or possibly sleek tiles to resist dust and allergens. Maybe you’ve had your heart set on a stone or polished concrete floor with their luxurious modern styles. Choosing the right flooring for your home takes more than just an aesthetic hunch, it takes a detailed knowledge of what will not only work best for your lifestyle but also for the longevity of your home. Here are some tips on popular flooring options that can help guide your decision in choosing the right type of flooring for your home.
Hardwoods can be a great addition to a classic farmhouse or craftsman, and when embellished with area rugs can become integral pieces of your larger interior design ambitions.
Tile, Stone, and Polished Concrete
Tile, stone, and polished concrete floors are delightful options for those who appreciate the clean lines of a hardwood but require a more allergen unfriendly flooring option. Polished concrete is a surprisingly versatile material that can imitate hardwood, tile, and stone, which is certainly something to consider.
If carpeting is the option you feel most comfortable with, make sure to employ a reputable carpeting service. As with any other home improvement project, you get what you pay for so try not to let cost determine your choice as much as quality and longevity.
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