Flooring Options For Living Room Pros And Cons

Top flooring options for living room will make your living room area looks perfect, comfortable and durable for a couple of years. A solid floor is a must when you want to decorate, furnish or even moved into a room. When it comes for you to choose flooring for a living room, you have to consider a couple of factors. You have to think about the budget, the style of your house and the feel and the look that you want to create. From concrete to stone or standard wood, flooring options for living room feature a couple of pros and cons.

Light brown flooring options for living room with fireplace

Flooring options for living room: Wood

When you have to remodel your old house, it is better for you to change your old carpet, because there will be hardwoods which are found underneath that can be stained, sanded and sealed. With a couple of choices in stain color, the room and the floor can feel polished, refreshed and updated by using minimal effort and expense. You do not have to spend a lot of money for expensive materials and you do not have to hire a lot of workers. But if your hardwood floors need to be extended or have damage, you have to match them which is the economical option. For those of you who already have hardwood, you have to consider refinishing and matching.

Dark oak wood flooring options for living room

Custom hardwood flooring options for living room in contemporary style

Vintage style wood flooring options for living room

Wood flooring options for living room with wood room partitions

Stone
Stone can be one of the flooring options for living room which is very sophisticated and durable. But it can also be an expensive option.

Stone flooring options for living room with natural installation style

Slate stone tile flooring options for living room with vintage decoration

Marble stone flooring options for living room with contemporary design

Travertine flooring options for living room with wooden furniture

Stone flooring can be elegant and appropriate and also desirable for a couple of architectural styles. If you use natural stone such as slate, marble, limestone or travertine, you have to need careful installation. Staining, chipping, and cracking can be a couple of problems if the area is not prepped carefully.

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