Flooring is one of the most important factors that decides the overall look of your home. And with flooring its not only about the looks, there are several other factors that you have to consider while choosing your flooring material, like the durability, design, life, cost and ease of installation. Different types of flooring materials have their unique qualities, functions, advantages and disadvantages.
So we are listing here different types of flooring in India that you can consider to equip your home with the floors of your dreams.
Stone flooring is used in many Indian homes, it looks natural, beautiful and stylish. It is long lasting and suits most of the design themes, natural stones come in different types such as limestone, slate, granite, travertine, marble, sandstone etc.
Tile flooring is easy to do and it provides you a plethora of options to choose from and some of them are really amazing. The most common form of tiles are ceramic tiles and vitrified tiles.
Terrazzo flooring is commonly used for bathrooms, dining rooms and it is also pouplar in offices and hospitals. It consists of chips of marble, quartz, granites etc. poured with a chemical or polymeric binder.
Wooden flooring may sound traditional but it looks very classy, but wooden flooring requires maintenance and most people find durability of wooden flooring an issue.
Mosaic flooring is one of the most durable and timeless flooring options which you can use for your home floors. They are made up of small pieces of stones, they are a great option for making beautiful patterns.
Marble is a form of natural stone which looks very beautiful after finishing and it is widely used throughout India. It is one of the most luxurious and sophisticated flooring option for your home.
Laminate flooring is a multi layer synthetic flooring fused together with a lamination process, it is easy to clean and more durable and can resist scratches and chipping. Laminate flooring is stain free and fades resistant.
Carpet flooring includes flooring using carpets, rugs etc., it is the most versatile of all flooring options as it features many colours and textures, much more than any other types of flooring.