Aesthetics or operational feasibility, home flooring has revolutionised over the years bringing an assortment of options. Bring in the style, at the budget you want now. Explore through the trendy and fascinating range of flooring options that suits your style and homes.
While choosing floor tiles, ensure you are not carried by the style and visible effect but:
One should ensure that the tiling process is very cumbersome and time-consuming. It stalls all other activities at home and is a discomfort. Therefore, ensure you are wisely choosing the right tiles that will go a long way with less maintenance.
The different flooring options in India are:
Marble has time and again been a common choice in Indian homes. Marble flooring brings down the room temperature to a large extent. They are also sturdy and a low maintenance option.
Granite flooring is a second common choice in Indian homes and commercial spaces. Sturdy and suiting to both external and internal setups, granite flooring are much preferred. Granite is the most expensive flooring option and can withstand heavy footfall.
Stone floors portray absolute luxury. Often opted for sprawling floors, stone floors are durable, in various colour variants and look classy.
Ceramic flooring has been the most common option in Indian households and a promising one. It is a low maintenance option and easy to clean. Ceramic tiles are prone to breaking and therefore opted in residential spaces over commercial.
Mosaic flooring with chipped tiles or patterned tiles is an age-old traditional style and looks classy. The only hassle is cleaning and maintenance.
Wooden flooring comes in variants – Hardwood Flooring and Laminate flooring.
Hardwood flooring comes in strips, parquet or plank patterns and looks stylish. Hardwood floors come in different shades. They are prone to squeak and wear & tear and require maintenance.
Laminate flooring comes in various designs and shades. They are water & stain-resistant and comes in budget-friendly options.
Brick Flooring brings an absolute rugged look to spaces and can bring down the temperature considerably. However, bricks are porous and prone to breaking easily and therefore high on maintenance. They are also anti-slippery & fires resistant.
Concrete flooring has been part of Indian homes for decades unknown. Concrete flooring is the most economical flooring option. The classic way is the colour grey, but these days variations in colours can be sought. Concrete flooring is prone to cracks and pits due to moisture, yet very durable.
You must consider the scope of application before choosing a flooring option. Flooring is a tedious and a once in a lifetime work and should be wisely chosen and well-executed.