Once upon a time, the most common type of flooring to see in a home was carpet, but that tradition is no more. These days you can find everything from painted concrete to patterned tiles to floating floorboards, and a few others. When it comes to deciding on which type of flooring you want in your home, whether a new home or a renovation of an existing one, it pays to know what the current trends of interior flooring are, and that's the type of information you can find here. Whether you need to find new flooring or you just want to keep abreast of current trends, these posts will be updated often.
30 December 2019
The type of floor you choose for your house has a lot of impact on your comfort in the house. The floor type you select for the home determines the warmth, ease of cleaning, durability and beauty of the entire construction. Carpet flooring is one of the most popular floor types in the home. However, people still shy away from carpets because of the misconception that they are too much work.
14 November 2019
There is no denying that floors that are entirely made of solid hardwood are one of the top flooring choices of homeowners. However, the price tags that come with hardwood flooring installation are typically beyond many homeowners' means. If you love the warm and naturally inviting look of real wood but can't afford to install hardwood floors in your home, there are cheaper ways to give your floors the look that you desire.
8 November 2019
Is it time to weigh up options for your new residential floors? There is a wide variety of flooring options you can choose from. Each flooring option has unique pros and cons, which should be looked at before making a final decision on which type of floors to install. Despite being one of the oldest flooring materials, timber floors are a popular choice for homeowners even today. These floors offer so many incredible benefits that set them apart from other types of floors.
7 November 2019
For the uninitiated, cork tiles are a naturally occurring flooring material made for a warm, comfortable underfoot and are extracted from the bark of the Cork Oak tree. While they are certainly beautiful to look at, they are not suitable for every location. You can install cork tiles in your living room or kitchen, but you will generally want to avoid installing them in direct sunlight or wet areas. In addition to being aesthetically pleasing, cork tile flooring is durable and allows for refinishing.