If you’re remodeling your home, or just starting out in building your house, flooring is a big factor to think about. It’s going to be one of the things that gets the most use in any room and can be the focal point so you want it to be a great choice. In the living room, you’re likely to have a lot of foot traffic, from family time or guests. Knowing which flooring to install in that room is one of the first steps in turning it into a perfect living space for anyone that drops by.
Carpeting is a great choice for a living room because of the added cushion it gives. It absorbs sounds and creates a comforting feel around the entire room. It’s there for when little feet are learning to walk and for every fall as they keep trying. And there’s no cozier place to sit for movie night or to lay during a sleepover.
Tile flooring might be a little cold to your feet on chilly nights but it’s also probably one of the best floorings for a high traffic area like your living room. Aside from looking classy and chic, it’s relatively easy to clean and maintain, ensuring you’ll be loving your tile flooring for a long time. Add an area rug or a runner to pad the floor and give it a unique look.
Vinyl can have many different looks, allowing you to spend less money on the style you like. With varieties that are easy to clean and a softer feel than tile or wood, this durable flooring type is high on our list for your living room, especially if you have young children.
Wood flooring is on the expensive side when compared to its competitors but the look and feel of it can’t be beat. A beautiful natural wood flooring accenting your living room will be the epitome of timelessness in your home, and with its durable quality, it’ll last for years.
All of these options can be great choices for your living room. Your decision comes down to your budget, needs, and family type and we can help you with all of them. If you’re still wondering which flooring you should be putting in your living room, don’t hesitate to call on us to get more information on the matter.