A Guide To Ground Floor Flooring

Are you about to redecorate? If that’s the case, you need to know which floors are suitable for the ground floor of your home. 

Dining room 

For some, the dining room is the hub of the home. It’s a chance for family and friends to get together, and often encounter lots of food and drink. We understand accidents happen, so you need a floor that’s durable and water-resistant. Lucky for you, we have the perfect one. LVT flooring is a great floor to have in the dining room. Not only is LVT water-resistant, but it’s also scratch-resistant and durable, making it the no.1 choice for dining rooms. You can get it in a wide range of colours and textures too from smooth grey, to brushed white. The options are endless! 


Looking to make a grand entrance? Then you need solid wood parquet flooring. Hallways and stairs are areas of the home that encounter lots of foot traffic, so you need a floor that’s durable as well as practical. Solid wood floors are known for being strong. They can withstand heavy foot traffic while looking gorgeous in your home. Solid wood can last a lifetime too, so there’s no need to replace it. If you don’t like the worn look, just sand it down! 


The bedroom. A place where we go to sleep, relax and wind down. Bedroom floors don’t get much use, so you have the freedom to choose any floor based on your interior style. But if you’re a person who leads a busy lifestyle, you need a floor that can cope with heavy foot traffic. If this is the case, luxury vinyl tiles are a great option. Not only are they stylish, but they come in a wide range of colours, textures and finishes. Not to mention, they’re also really easy to install too!  


If you’re looking to decorate your bathroom, then you need a floor that’s waterproof. SPC vinyl is a great choice for bathroom floors. Not only is it stylish and practical, but you can also get the solid wood look without the expensive price tag. So, if you want to create the spa you’ve always wanted, then vinyl flooring is the one for you.

Living room

If being warm and cosy in front of the fire in the living room sounds like your ideal Friday night, then you need a floor that’s warm as well as practical. Living rooms are often places where friends and family get together, and often come with accidental spillages. This is why engineered flooring is the best option for you. The beauty of engineered wood is that you can have a solid wood look, without the worry of water damage.

Whether you’re having parquet in the hallway, vinyl in the bathroom or engineered in the living room, there is a floor suitable for every room in the home. We hope we’ve helped you make your decision a little easier. 


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