How to Pick the Perfect Floor for the Bedroom -

Out of all of the rooms in a house, the bedroom is the most personal. Picking the right flooring for the bedroom is extremely important. The floor helps bring together all of the design elements to make a room feel warm, cozy, chic or ultramodern. Here are a few things to keep in mind when deciding on the perfect floor.

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Style

First, decide what the look of the room will be. This will help determine the type of material you should use. A thick, patterned carpet would probably not work with a minimalist style. Cold tile would seem out of place in a bright cheery room. However, design rules were made to be broken, so play around with pattern and texture!

Types of Flooring

The most popular floor covering for a bedroom is carpet due to its warmth and durability. The two types of carpet most commonly used in bedrooms are frieze (also called twist or shag) and texture (or texture plush). These are popular choices because they are warm, casual, durable, and versatile.

Although carpet is the most popular choice for the bedroom, other flooring options have been growing in popularity as well:

Wood & Bamboo: Wood has long been used in households, but thanks to new sustainable practices and a resurgence in a rustic aesthetic, wood and bamboo are more attractive than ever.

Vinyl: Vinyl is durable, inexpensive, and easy to clean. It is also available in a wide range of styles, making it popular for any room.

Tile: Tile isn’t right for everyone’s style, but it is perfect for an austere look. If the tile is too cold, rugs can warm up the space.

Design

After choosing the overall style and the type of floor that fits the bedroom, it’s time to narrow down design choices. Visit a design showroom to explore a variety of textures, colors, and patterns for each flooring choice. Bring paint swatches and samples of any fabrics used. Try choosing a versatile look that will work if the room is redecorated later. Also, before picking any complex patterns, think about whether it will work in a small space. Lastly, make sure to choose flooring that will last for years to come!

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