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Each room in the house serves a specific purpose that requires you to think about function as well as fashion.
- High traffic and dirt from the outside entry door are two important factors.
- Spills are common from cooking, so floors must be easy to clean.
- Non-slip flooring is necessary for safety purposes.
- Vinyl is a good choice for kitchen floors. In the event of a dropped glass or dish, a resilient floor like vinyl has more bounce and may prevent breakage. Remember, though, a deeply textured pattern may be harder to clean.
- Tile, laminate and wood are great kitchen floor alternatives. Rugs and mats can soften a harder material such as tile.
- Occasional sink, toilet and bathtub overflows mean water is a factor.
- Bathroom cleaning should also be taken into consideration.
- Slipperiness is generally a big issue when it comes to bathroom floors.
- Vinyl has traditionally been the floor of choice for baths, but rugs are useful to help prevent slipping. It is the easiest to clean.
- Ceramic tile is gaining rapidly in popularity and isn't as slippery as vinyl. It is slightly harder to clean, though.
- Newer versions of laminate and wood products can be adapted to bathrooms even with excessive moisture. Make sure any rugs or mats are non-slip.
- This is the focal point and centerpiece of home furnishings in most homes.
- Function varies from family room to formal receiving room.
- Choose flooring to match the room's function and décor.
- Carpet offers fibers and styles that accommodate informal or formal use.
- Hardwood also provides an attractive, durable option, especially with the addition of area rugs.
- Whether the floor is used regularly at mealtime plays a part in which flooring to choose.
- If it is used regularly for mealtime, consider if there are a lot of spills.
- Carpet is an option, but light colors tend to show stains more and may not be the best choice.
- Wood, laminate or tile all work well in dining rooms.
- Floors are usually overshadowed by the bed and coordinating fabrics.
- Traffic is less of a problem here than in other rooms, so stains and wear should be minimal.
- Consider a neutral flooring that adapts to frequent décor changes. Too many bright colors can be overpowering.
- Carpet is traditionally used in bedrooms.
- Wood or laminate floors are good alternatives, especially if you add decorative rugs.
Hallways and Stairs
- Steady traffic brings dirt and moisture, especially to entry halls and mudrooms.
- Stains and wear are more visible.
- Look for a sturdy material that coordinates with the rest of the flooring in the house.
- Entry halls are the first part of your home a guest sees, so use this area to make a bold statement.
- Inlaid patterns of wood parquet or ceramic tile can be dramatic and still handle traffic.
- Laminate flooring is a good alternative, especially if you add non-slip decorative rugs.
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