We at Tony’s Flooring appreciate how important it is for our valued customers to make the right decisions when choosing, purchasing and installing new floors in your homes. We understand that you will not be having the same type of flooring in every room. What works in your bedrooms might probably not meet your needs in the kitchen.
This is why we have put together this guide that can help you choose the best flooring for each room in your home:
Your bedroom should be as comfortable as it can get, and it should be stylish, too! Style is personal and so is your choice of bedroom flooring. Carpet usually is the best flooring option for bedrooms, but solid or engineered hardwood, bamboo, cork, and even laminate can also work well in your personal space.
For bathrooms, we actually have more flooring options for this room than you would think. Since bathrooms usually have plenty of water and humidity, we cannot consider solid hardwood and carpet, but you can otherwise go with any other flooring material. Engineered hardwood floors and ceramic or porcelain tires do the trick and tile flooring, too!
The kitchen is a high traffic area where the family spends a great amount of time. However, it is also the area where spills are inevitable. Both kitchens and bathrooms have become showcase spaces and the style options nowadays are limitless. You can consider going for linoleum or hardwood floors for this room.
LIVING ROOM and DEN
Whether you are entertaining or relaxing in your living room, it is likely one of the most frequently used spaces in your home. You might want to prioritize style, but you also need to consider the high traffic, so you also have to prioritize durability. Your choices for this room would depend on your budget from low-cost vinyl to high-end solid hardwood – all are viable options!
When choosing the right flooring option for your dining room, your lifestyle plays a major role. For instance, if you have a large family with young kids who are prone to dropping their food and spilling their drinks, then you for flooring materials that are durable and easy to clean. If you use this room to entertain friends in a more formal setting, then you can consider having carpet flooring. If your dining room opens up directly to your living room, then you can also have the same type of flooring in both rooms for continuity.
If you want more expert flooring advice, contact one of our professionals today. With Tony’s Flooring, you can never go wrong!