Our bedroom is our safe haven. It’s where we decompress, relax, and stretch out after a long day. We believe that the bedroom should be designed with comfort in mind.
When most people think of comfort they rightfully think of a great mattress, plump pillows, and cozy blankets, but the right bedroom flooring can transform the mood of a room.
Whether you’re thinking of restoring or renovating, we have our top 5 best flooring for bedrooms.
There’s nothing wrong with classic carpet. It’s warm, plush, comforting, and comes in an array of colors.
Carpeting is affordable and its advantages extend past the floor. Due to the weight and thickness, carpet can soften sound and control the room’s temperature.
Ther are traditionally two predominant carpet categories: cut and loop pile. Depending on the category you choose, you’ll have a variety of options such as textured, frieze and much more.
Hardwood floor is one of the most popular choices for bedroom flooring. It’s easy to clean and gives elegance to a room. Many rooms are outfitted with walnut, maple or oak wood that’s either solid or engineered.
Solid hardwood flooring is traditionally a solid piece of wood, while an engineered hardwood flooring is a composite of up to nine layers of wood veneers.
Homeowners can choose between strip, parquet, and plank flooring. Strip and plank flooring are among the most popular choices because both options have the elegant, wood lines we all love so much.
While laminate is not as popular as the two options above, it’s still a great option for bedrooms.
Inspired bedroom flooring ideas often include laminated because it is an affordable alternative to hardwood floors. Made to mirror the elegance of a solid hardwood floor, laminate is a printed photo of hardwood or stone that is then painted over with a protective plastic coating.
Laminate is durable and holds up well under common wear and tear.
Nothing says “Grandeur” quite like tile flooring. It’s gorgeous, clean, and brings a modern style to the bedroom.
While it is often-and incorrectly-considered too cold or hard for the bedroom, tile is an excellent option that is easy to clean and incredibly strong.
If you’re looking for a low-maintenance flooring option, vinyl is an excellent, versatile option.
Vinyl flooring is easy to care for, especially in low foot-traffic areas like the bedroom. That means easy clean up for you. A simple sweep or vacuuming will do the trick! Vinyl is also wonderfully durable and, when installed correctly, can last decades.
When considering vinyl flooring, remember to call a professional since the flooring requires some chemical treatments.
Restoring Your Bedroom Flooring
Completely removing your bedroom flooring is not always necessary. If you love your flooring but hate the look, why not restore it to its original cleanliness or shine?
Motor City Carpet and Flooring offers floor repair and restoration for common wear and tear, scratches, scrapes, and everything in between. Contact us to discuss your flooring needs.