When thinking about hallway flooring choices, you will want to consider quite a few things. Firstly, the hallway is the entrance to your home, so you will want a stunning and memorable floor to welcome people in. Secondly, the floor that you choose will need to be hardwearing, especially as a hallway is one of the busiest areas of your home. Finally, you will, more than likely, want a floor that is easy to keep clean.
Parquet Block Oak Flooring in a hallway
What are the best hallway flooring choices?
As already mentioned, the best choices for a hallway floor would be something that is durable, easy to look after, matches your décor and will offer a stunning entrance to your home. A wooden floor is a great, timeless, and effortlessly elegant floor. Engineered wood is versatile, making it great for a hallway. Engineered plank flooring will give you a classic feel to your hall. Whereas, if you are looking for a wow factor, why not opt for parquet block or chevron flooring.
The beauty of choosing engineered wooden flooring for your hallway is that it can last a lifetime if looked after properly. The neutral colours of Oak will complement any style of décor. Or alternatively, choose a stained or smoked floor to give you a richer tone and colour contrast. You will find that Oak flooring is really easy to look after. Simply sweep on a daily basis and clean once a week (more often if needed). We would recommend using a doormat at entrance doors and remove outdoor footwear before walking on the floor.
If you are looking for something a bit different, why not check out bamboo flooring? Strand woven bamboo is over twice as hard as Oak flooring and is available in a wide range of colours and styles.
Bamboo flooring in a hallway and on the staircase
- Choose a floor that matches your décor
- Find something that is easy to keep clean and look after
- You will want a durable and hard-wearing floor
- Using a doormat and removing footwear can really help to cut down on the cleaning!
The post Hallway Flooring Choices appeared first on The Wood Flooring Guide.
This post appeared first on https://www.ambiencehardwoodflooring.co.uk