Like anything, flooring comes in many different types and styles. A lot of the time we decorate and dress to our heart’s content, but when it comes to flooring there’s a few more things to take into consideration. The ideal scenario is of course to have both style and practicality, but that’s not always realistic. But you’d be surprised by many options you do have, and often you’ll find yourself spoilt for choice!
Impressions with The Hallway
Herringbone is a timeless, classical beauty and a faultless option if you’re wanting to impress guests when they walk through your door. Presenting plenty of natural beauty, style and adding dimension to an open space, there’s no better place for herringbone than the hallway. Also very durable, which is a must have since your hallway is amongst the highest foot traffic areas in the home! Coming in a huge range of wood types, colours and finishes, you can please yourself. As well as all this, it is also bang on trend so you can rest assured that you’ll be at the height of fashion.
Relax In Style With Engineered Wood
It’s no secret that solid wood is very desirable, it’s not always the most practical option and is pricey! You get all of solid wood’s benefits but at a cheaper price and easier maintenance with engineered wood. It is always compatible with under-floor heating, perfect for rooms such as the living room and kitchen!
Worry Less With Luxury Vinyl Tiles
Anyone that has vinyl in their home will know how useful it is for rooms that see high exposure to scratches, stains and water such as the kitchen or bathroom. It also comes in convincing replicas of real wood and stone, so you don’t even have to sacrifice the gorgeous look! Very durable and easy to clean, as well as being affordable. You can’t really go wrong with it!
Be Kind to Your Bank Account With Laminate
If you’ve fallen in love with real wood’s charm but just don’t want to splash on it, then laminate is worthy alternative. It is also much more practical than other options, ideal for rooms that see high exposure to scratches. You can also install under-floor heating with it too as well as being affordable. Perfect for those of you who are first time buyers!
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