What is your idea of luxury? Is it the soft glow of marble that reflects the sunlight streaming through bay windows? Or perhaps a thick, luxurious carpet underfoot that cushions each step? No matter what type of flooring you prefer, there are ways to ensure you’re adding the perfect finishing touches to every room.
If you want to up your game when it comes to luxury homes, then choosing high-quality flooring that matches the style and ambience of your home is an important step.
Ideal Flooring Options for Luxury Homes
Carpet Flooring: Decorating your home with expensive carpets imparts an incredibly luxurious look to it and also helps in giving it’s interior a more spacious look, making the house appear bigger. A new carpet can give your interiors an instant makeover, and with many varieties and designs to choose from, there is something for everyone. Please include about axminster carpets.
Natural stone: Natural stone is an ever-popular choice in both commercial and domestic spaces worldwide. It’s not just the standard choices of marble, granite or slate that are popular but increasingly, exotic materials such as polished coal and jade are being used for flooring luxury homes.
Oak flooring: Solid oak is a material which embodies luxury due to its natural beauty and long life span. This traditional material comes in both solid (natural) and engineered forms, with the latter often having more design flexibility with sizes and finishes available. Oak flooring is also one of the most expensive flooring options.
Bamboo flooring: Bamboo is now one of the most popular types of wood used for flooring, especially in modern homes. It’s eco-friendly credentials are unquestioned. It grows at an incredibly fast pace, is sustainable and can be harvested without killing the plant.
Vinyl Flooring: While vinyl flooring has the potential to make an ordinary home look like a million bucks, its key feature is the price: Vinyl planks and tiles typically cost up to 40% less than their luxury counterparts such as marble and natural stones. Vinyl plank, luxury vinyl or LVThas become extremely popular in recent years. Known for its durability, vinyl flooring is composed of multiple synthetic layers, it is both a waterproof flooring option (or water-resistant, depending on the product) and endlessly customisable. Some flexible-core, rigid-core products can stand up to heavy furniture and high heels with no problem. Plus, protective finishes and toughlayers make vinyl planks extraordinarily scuff and scratch-resistant.
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