If you want a new floor for your home, but want to look into all of the options, here are some great flooring choices that you may not have previously considered.
If you like the look of solid wood flooring, but want something that is better for your budget and also more durable, then engineered wood flooring might be the right choice for you. Because it is able to withstand higher humidity you can also place it in kitchens and bathrooms, which isn’t advisable with solid wood flooring.
If you are looking for a natural flooring that is tough and durable, then linoleum is a great option. It is a sustainable flooring option too, so if you have the environmental aspect high on your priority list it is a great choice. It is comfortable under the foot and has a look to those that enjoy retro styles.
Tile floors are one of those classic styles that never go out of fashion, so you won’t have the worry of the flooring looking dated in a few years’ time. They can be arranged to make many different designs too, making your floor a real statement piece, and porcelain tiles are hard wearing and sturdy, as well as being waterproof.
Once associated with buildings of a certain era, concrete is now a look that many modern designers are looking for when it comes to flooring. A polished concrete floor is not only fashionable but also extremely durable and easy to maintain.