Coordinate several flooring options throughout the home
Planning your home improvement is an exciting process that can even make you fall in love with two different flooring options.
Fortunately, the beauty of home design and remodeling is that you don’t have to choose just one style.
There are many ways to coordinate different flooring options throughout your home to make your space a continuous work of art.
Appropriate use of flooring
When it comes to designing your home, there are many types of flooring to choose from. Natural stone tiles (such as those in the Marmol catalog), beautiful wooden floors, carpets, and concrete all have their place and use in your home. For example, concrete flooring is ideal for your laundry room for drainage purposes.
When it comes to cladding a large living space, stick to the same type of flooring. For example, if you want to mix marble tiles with wooden floors, make sure you don’t mix different types of wood or different types of marble as well. Using the same two types of flooring in the appropriate spaces will add continuity to your home.
Choose your shades carefully
While you can certainly mix different textures, pay attention to how the colors will coordinate with each other. For example, choosing to line a dark wood floor over a crisp white tile can be a shocking sight that’s best avoided. One way to ensure that mixed flooring options work smoothly throughout your home is to choose tiles and wood that are the same hue.
The “less than three” rule
Having more than two different types of floors colliding is confusing to the eye and can make your space seem cluttered or mismatched. When making your design choices, don’t exceed more than two different types of materials per floor in your home