Your Personal Oasis: Choose your flooring wisely

Your master bedroom is your personal oasis, the type of floor you choose for this oasis will set the look and mood for that oasis. Wall-to-wall carpeting, hardwood flooring, tile, laminate or even concrete will depend on what you want you, the size, layout, the climate, and budget for your room.

The biggest challenges when choosing flooring for your master bedroom is choosing the right flooring that works for you and your family. If you love  hardwood floors but you live in a cooler climate hardwood and tile can be shocking to your feet in the winter so buy a beautiful area rug. This will allow you to enjoy the beauty of hardwood and still have the luxury of carpet.

Hardwood or laminate floors are a popular choice today and especially in master bedrooms. Hardwood adds a level of beauty and value to your home, and it can be used throughout the house including the master bedroom, some hardwood can even be used in the bathroom. Many homeowners are expanding their selection to include bamboo and eucalyptus because of the durability, sustainability and affordability.

If you go with wall-to-wall carpeting for your master bedrooms, keep in mind the the thickness of the carpet and the pad under it. Carpet will give you the warmth and luxury you are looking for while also reducing noise. Determine the type of carpet for you based on traffic level, room decor, longevity and budget. Choosing a neutral color will allow you to make changes to decor in the room without having to replace the carpet.

Some homeowners don’t think about tile as a flooring option for the master bedroom but if you are thinking about using a area rug tile may be a good option. Tile comes in maybe colors, styles and texture and can add a tropical or old world feel to your space. If you live in a warmer climate tile is the perfect solution since it is always cool to the touch.

Concrete is extremely popular in today’s market, it is known for the durability and beauty. Polished concrete can have the look and feel of tile by adding color or using a stamp. Once sealed it is polished to a high shine and look beautiful. It is very low-maintenance and can last add value to your home if you choose to sell it.

Wanting to make a change to your master bedroom flooring, but don’t know where to begin? Head over to PlumbTile now where our expert employees will be waiting to help you out in any way possible. Let us help you create the perfect sanctuary in your master bedroom!