Flooring and Interior Design

Flooring can make up a major part of an interior design project. So, we thought we’d give you some guidance on the different material options for your flooring and the different properties they bring it a room. This should help you make a decision that will complement the design of the room that your flooring is being fitted in.

All of the materials listed below are high-quality and each have their own advantages when used as flooring. The trick is choosing the one that suits your preferences and interior design style.

Carpet

Carpet is a soft, plush material that feels nice and warm underfoot. This can add a touch of luxury and comfort to a room. It is a popular choice for living areas where comfort is a priority. Carpet is available in a wide range of colors and patterns, so it can fit with a variety of interior design styles. It is not suitable for wet rooms as it can easily become water damaged.

Hardwood

Hardwood is a popular flooring choice that also provides a sense of luxury. Rich wood colors, especially, can give a real warm and luxurious look to a room. Hardwood flooring is a durable choice that is used in a variety of rooms in modern homes and is thought to increase the value of a home.

Laminate

Laminate is a flooring type that imitates hardwood flooring at a lower cost, so it has a similar aesthetic appeal to hardwood. It is also available in a variety of colors and styles to match a range of interior design needs, making it an impressively versatile choice of flooring.

Tile

Tiling is a durable flooring option that is generally waterproof and easy to clean, so it is a popular choice for bathroom floors, especially. Unlike some of the other materials listed here, it does not add much comfort to a room as it a colder and harder flooring choice. Tile is available in a variety of materials, with popular ones including ceramic and porcelain. You can choose from a range of colors and styles to suit the design of your room.

Vinyl

Vinyl is another highly water-resistant flooring material, but it has the added benefit of being slightly softer and warmer underfoot compared to a lot of tile. As it is a synthetic material, it is extremely customizable to meet your interior design preferences.

At University Flooring Center, we can provide a variety of high-quality flooring materials to finish off your interior design project. Get in touch today for professional flooring services and expert advice around the Piedmont Triad including Greensboro, High Point, and Kernersville.

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