There's more to floor choices than carpet, hardwood and tile. These innovative floor surfaces are worth considering.
Available in sheets or tiles, this resilient floor option is sleek, contemporary, and comfortable underfoot. Colors vary from earthy to bright and, like linoleum, run all the way through for a hue that won't fade or wear. The surface comes in a variety of patterns and textures, and finishes vary from glossy to matte. Rubber is quite durable, resists water and burns, and is easy to clean and install. A popular option for garages, rubber is also ideal for hardworking areas such as kitchens, baths, entries, and exercise rooms.
A natural choice on countertops and backsplashes, glass tiles are an eye-catching choice for bathroom floors. A surprisingly practical choice, glass can be used just like any other tile. It's easy to clean, and most types are texture to prevent slipping. Want to go green? Choose tiles crafted from recycled bottles and jars.
The simplest and most cost-effective way to update the floor, rugs add a welcome dose of color, pattern, and softness. They can help define a space, such as a seating area, or cover worn or damaged spots. If you want to stay on the cutting edge, choose rich textures (such as shag), bold patterns, or black and white designs. You can also bring comfort and fashion outdoors with a weather-resistant rug.
Concrete is a stylish, durable choice for indoor floors
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