When choosing flooring for a family home, you have a wide range of options. No doubt, you will want something that is easy to clean, beautiful to look at and will stand the test of time. Here are our top 5 flooring choices for a family home.
Flooring for a family home
1. Hardwood Flooring
Hardwood flooring is a great choice for a family home! It is a luxurious floor that will transform your home. You will find it easy to look after and keep clean, and it is very hygienic. The only thing that you need to be aware of is any water spills need to be wiped away immediately. If you look after a hardwood floor properly, then it can last for decades.
Dark Oak flooring
2. Bamboo Flooring
Bamboo flooring is a great alternative to hardwood flooring. Strand woven bamboo flooring is harder that Oak, and a more sustainable choice. You can get bamboo flooring in different colours, styles and patterns, including parquet block. It is also easy to clean, hygienic, and will last for decades if cared for.
Bamboo Parquet Block – stone grey
3. Luxury Vinyl Tile Flooring
Luxury Vinyl Tiles (LVT) are perfect for kitchens and bathrooms, or other ‘wet’ areas in your home. Our range of LVT floors are fully waterproof and have a scratch resistant top layer. LVT is brilliant, as it is designed to mimic real wood or stone flooring. The designs are authentic and realistic, so it looks like a natural floor with the added benefit of it being waterproof.
Oak effect LVT flooring
4. Laminate Flooring
Laminate flooring is a perfect choice for anyone on a budget. Some of the more recent designs are very detailed and realistic, giving you the appearance of wooden flooring. If you want to use laminate in a bathroom, then look out for the range of waterproof laminate floors.
Slate effect Laminate Flooring
For a more comfortable and soft flooring choice then a carpet may be the right option for you. There is a huge range of colours and styles to choose from, and a price range to suit everyone.
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