Types of residential flooring
May you have a fear of choose a wrong flooring for your home, but this is a common concern who people frequently come across, so you shouldn’t feel as if you are alone with this apprehension. To help you choose the floor and floor you need to know a little about each type of model so that you know the advantages and disadvantages because the flooring in home will dictate how everything else looks.
You know, failing to choose the right floor plan for your home can result in an inefficient use of space. This means a holistic view is necessary when choosing the perfect floor plan. Not having a proper plan in place also often results in bad lighting, damage due to not considering door space needs and even purchasing furniture that simply won’t fit correctly in the room. It is necessary to first choose the perfect floor plan with the ideal flooring in mind, we separated the most used in residential projects that you can take a look at them in this article.
Picture 1 – Floor in wooden block in 45 degrees
Picture 2 – Concrete floor with pebbles
Picture 3 – Mix of wood and ceramic flooring
Picture 4 – Floor with coloured carpets
Nothing beats carpet for that warm feeling under your feet during cold weather, the carpets has a system of synthetic yarns that are treated against fungi. It will be ideal to use in commercial areas such as offices, cinemas or recreational areas of residential buildings.
Picture 5 – Tiled floor in the shape of a diamond
Picture 6 – Brick floor
Picture 7 – Modern carpet in the form of a jigsaw puzzle
Picture 8 – Tiles and wood tiles Mix
Picture 9 – Playground with rubber floor
The rubber floor is not only non-slip, but also excellently soundproofed. Ideal for playgrounds, children’s rooms and gyms.
Picture 10 – Living room with carpeting
Picture . 11 – Base with rectangular ceramic plate
Picture 12 – Ceramic floor
The ceramic floor has a variety of layouts and models. The cool thing is to use it in wet areas like the bathroom and kitchen because it is waterproof and easy to clean.
Picture 13 – Burnt cement floor
Picture 14 – Cork floor
Picture 15 – White granite floor with marble
Picture 16 – Kitchen with Portuguese stone flooring
Picture 17 – Drainage floor
Picture 18 – Black and white tiled floor
Picture . 19 – Polished granite floor
Picture 20 – Kitchen with granite floor
Granite and marble are noble floors, so the cost of this coating is high, especially Carrara marble and travertine. It is easy to clean with just a damp cloth to keep it shiny at all times.
Picture . 21 – Hydraulic tile floor
Picture 22 – Laminate flooring
Picture . 23 – Corridor and staircase on marble flooring
Picture 24 – Parquet flooring
Picture 25 – Kitchen with floor in glass tablet
Picture 26 – Bathroom with floor in black glass tablet
Picture . 27 – Loft with transparent glass insert bottom
Picture 28 – Matt porcelain bottom
Picture . 29 – Floor in wooden block
Picture 30 – Room with vinyl flooring
Vinyl flooring is very perfect for cold climates, vinyl plank flooring, rubber and granite tiles also perform well in frigid climates. The vinyl imitates wood texture and is widely used in interiors, because this floor brings comfort to the environment by being soft and thermal.
Picture . 31 – Floor with cement board
Picture 32 – Floor with black PVC panel
Picture . 33 – Run-through floor with cement board and grass
Picture 34 – Porcelain stoneware floor in light tone
Porcelain stoneware is preferred for apartments with a high standard. There are a variety of designs, textures and sizes. It has advanced technology so that it does not stain or mold.
Picture . 35 – Synthetic wood tiled floor
Picture 36 – Kitchen with porcelain base
Picture 37 – Polished porcelain floor
Picture . 38 – Epoxy resin floor in yellow colour
Picture . 39 – Floor in a mixed block of wood
Picture 40 – Wooden floor in a common style
Picture 41 – Floor in a wooden floor
Wood floors offer warmth and enhance the look of your rooms while increasing the value of your home. Wood flooring comes in a variety of styles and materials from solid hardwood to engineered hardwood to bamboo. You’ll find wooden floors also comes in a number of shades. In addition to looking great, wood floors are durable making them perfect for homes with pets and children.
Picture . 42 – Floor in demolition timber floor
Picture 43 – Hexagonal shaped tiled floor
Picture . 44 – Polished cement floor
Picture 45 – Balcony with wooden floor
Picture 46 – Bathroom box with wooden floor
Picture 47 – Outdoor area on wooden decking
Wood is undoubtedly the best outdoor flooring material when it comes to beauty and aesthetics. One of the great advantages of wood is that it can be placed on a frame, so we can level the floor and eliminate irregularities and resulting consequences, such as the tables and chairs that shake due to an uneven surface. It is an aesthetic and comfortable solution, which although has many advantages, also has some drawbacks. While it is resistant, it is more delicate than other materials and requires continuous maintenance, especially if it is natural wood.
Picture 48 – White granite floor
Picture 49 – Kitchen with granite floor
Illustration 50 – Granite Floor in Black Color