Expert Tips for Choosing Your New Floors

Written by creatingyourspace on . Posted in Flooring

The time has come, and you are ready to replace the floors in your home.  After a lot of thought, you are prepared to transform your home with Century Tile. But before you begin, we recommend giving serious consideration to the rooms that you are going to be updated. Below, we have shared a few tips to help you get started. Let’s take a look!

Inspiration

Determine what style you love the most. Do you lean towards traditional, contemporary, transitional, industrial, eclectic, or maybe another design theme? If you are unsure, you can read design magazines, scroll through online boards and blogs, and attend home shows for inspiration. Also, consider visiting new home construction sites that are open to the public. This is a great way to see everything new and current in today’s market.

Lifestyle 

This topic is so crucial in determining your flooring choice. Are there children and pets in the home? Do you spend a lot of time outside? Do you have a pool? Is your yard grass, natural, sand, rock, or mulched areas? Think about the outside debris that is tracked inside of your home. Are you a clean freak or a hit and miss housekeeper? Does anyone in the home suffer from allergies or asthma? Once you gathered answers to these lifestyle questions, make sure you choose a floor that will withstand and last according to your household. If you are unfamiliar with the choices that match each type of lifestyle, no need to worry! Century Tile has an expert sales staff ready to answer any and all of your design questions.

Lighting 

Lighting, natural and artificial, affects everything in the home from flooring to paint to fabric and even furnishings! The best advice for choosing your flooring regarding lighting is to take samples home and lay them out on your floors. Take a look at how the sample looks in daylight and in the evening with interior lights. This will help with not only color, but with surface finish, and the texture of the floor. You will be surprised how much lighting can affect the overall look of your home!

For more information on the selection process, please do not hesitate to call or visit us.

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