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By Jennifer 19 Jan, 2018

Your living room is one of the most important rooms in your home. It’s where your family convenes to watch movies or TV together, and where your guests might sit around for conversation during a party. It is likely you put a lot of thought into what goes into your living room - charming decor, the perfect furniture set, an impressive flat screen television - but what about the floor? Your living room’s flooring will set the stage for the room’s overall aesthetic, so make sure you choose wisely!

Wood

Hardwood floors are undoubtedly beautiful, adding a certain kind of warmth to the room that other types of flooring just can’t match. They are one of the more expensive types of flooring, though, but they are long-lasting and age beautifully, making the cost worthwhile. The downsides of wood, besides cost, is the discomfort of a hard surface underfoot. This is easily fixed with an area rug.

Carpet

Carpet is the number one choice for flooring in bedrooms, but it is less popular in living rooms. Still not an unpopular choice, though, since a carpeted living room offers softness underfoot (a plus if you have babies or children) that only carpeting can provide. A carpeted living room is also a less noisy one, since carpet absorbs sound. There are a few downsides of carpeting to keep in mind, however. Although fairly easy to keep clean (run a vacuum over it once or twice a week), it does have a tendency to stain and will show signs of wear over time. You can expect to have to replace your carpeting at some point.

Tile or Stone

Tile and stone flooring offers an elegant, modern, and sleek look. It can be a sophisticated, one-of-a-kind, and very durable option, but also one of the more costly materials. Other than cost, the downsides of tile and stone flooring is that it is cold, hard, and very noisy. Area rugs can help with this, and some people even chose to have in-floor heating to keep the floor from being too cold on bare feet.

Whichever type of flooring you choose for your living room,  Valley Floor Covering  has got you covered! Click  here  for a free quote.

By Jennifer 28 Dec, 2017
When it comes down to deciding what type of flooring you’d like to install into your home, there are many other things besides the look of it to consider. You need to think about the maintenance, durability, and if you’re worried about the environment, you’ll want something sustainable. Natural stone and tile are two of the most common types of flooring, and should both be in the final running when deciding on flooring.
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