By Adorlee Gacnacreux. Flooring. Published at Sunday, April 15th, 2018 - 14:18:48 PM.
A kitchen may look amazing with ceramic tile but such flooring may not work as well throughout the home because of its inability to hold heat and how unforgiving it can be in the event of someone falling or dropping a breakable item. Carefully consider the space that you want to cover with flooring and the material that will maximize visual appeal while still providing functionality for that particular space.
One of the flooring types that many people overlook is parquet. Today's marketplace focuses its attention on long strips and planks but parquet has much to offer the modern home. A parquet floor is made from many pieces of wood that are fitted together like a mosaic tile. It can incorporate many different shades and grain patterns with some of the most popular being herringbone and brick style. With this in mind each piece of parquet tells a story of its own and leads to a very unique and interesting home flooring type.
Of course any flooring should meet with the overall design needs of the room and your home. Nothing does more than flooring when it comes to setting the overall tone of a room and helping to establish continuity and flow throughout the home. Hardwood flooring complements antiques and sets the tone for a traditionally styled home; carpeting - in all styles colors and textures - offers comfort and warmth in a space where family gathers; ceramic tile provides a sleek contemporary look; and vinyl today comes in a variety of styles that often mimic natural materials such as stone.
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