Including new flooring in your home remodeling project may sound a little massy, but with experienced professionals will be completed beautifully and will allow you to enjoy the beautiful home you’ve always imagined. The flooring is the set of it all. It is the ground base of the entire design and will elevate the effect of the new design, allowing you to feel as though your home was new. Let’s talk about how to choose new flooring for your home remodeling project according to the design style.
Classic Design Style Flooring
Classic design style has a lot of use in natural stone. It is known for its marble stone and granite designs – for the counters, the walls and the flooring as well. Natural stone flooring is the trivial choice for classic designed houses. But, it is not the only choice. Nowadays, there are more and more combinations of the design styles and we can see classic design with hardwood flooring for example. But still, most classic designs will combine tile stone flooring.
Rustic Design Style Flooring
If the natural stone flooring is the “natural” choice for the classic design style, the choice for the rustic design style is also pretty clear. Wooden flooring on all its versions is the dominant choice for the rustic home. Hardwood flooring, parquet flooring, and lamination flooring are the most common choices. Of course, each option offers many styles, textures and colors to choose from, so don’t expect this decision to be so easy. Also, stone tiles with rustic finish is another natural and beautiful match for the rustic design style.
Modern Design Style Flooring
The lamination flooring, which is relatively new, allows us to imitate the texture of the flooring we wish to create. And it is environmentally friendly option. And so, it is a great option for the modern home. But, the reality is that any flooring can be beautifully combined in modern homes. We see more and more beautiful combinations, as the contemporary design style arise and creating a mixture of combinations. So, the bottom line is that choosing new flooring really depends on the customer and their vision for the entire design styling.