Selecting the right flooring for each room can be tough. Every room has a specific purpose, which means all rooms see different amounts of traffic, dirt, and more. Choosing the right flooring ensures that the rooms stay clean and in working condition. Here is a quick guide on how to choose the right flooring for each room. Let's get started.
The kitchen sees a wide range of dirt, moisture, potential spills, and more. As a result, your kitchen needs heavy-duty flooring to ensure that you don't need to buy new floors prematurely. The best floor for the kitchen is porcelain tile.
Of course, porcelain tiles are expensive. That is why vinyl is our runner up. Both tile and vinyl will withstand the elements and look stunning in your kitchen.
Bathroom and Laundry Room
The bathroom and laundry rooms also see a whole lot of wear and tear and moisture. Since these rooms don't have as much aesthetic purpose, they don't have to be as attractive as the kitchen. Additionally, there's less general foot traffic in these rooms.
If you have a lot of cash to spend, then porcelain tile will be best. Many people like to opt for vinyl or laminate instead simply because they are less expensive but still durable. If you go with a laminate option, make sure to go to a laminate store and discuss these rooms' best options.
Dining, Living, and Family Rooms
Dining, living, and family rooms see a lot of foot traffic, but they don't have as much exposure to water, spills, and accidents. This means these floors need to be durable and strong, but you don't have to worry about getting a water-resistant floor.
The best option for these rooms is hardwood. Hardwood flooring adds a lot of value to your home, and it is easy to clean and attractive. This makes it a great option for the dining, living, and family rooms. If you can't afford real hardwood, go to a hardwood store, and see if they have an engineered option that you can buy instead.
As for the bedroom, you have a little bit more freedom. Bedrooms typically should be comfortable and inviting, and they certainly don't see as much foot traffic as any of the other rooms. As a result, many people opt for carpet in the bedroom simply because it is comfortable.
Still, carpet can be a hassle to clean. If you don't want to worry about staining carpets, get hardwood or engineered wood instead.
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