With all the options for flooring we are spoilt for choice. But it’s not all the aesthetic appeal of a certain wood and financial considerations. Rooms serve different functions, and we should plan for this.
Look the room and what it will be used for. Will it experience heavy footfall? Will it be subject to safety regulations? Will there be heating under the floorboards/ or perhaps other piping or electrical wiring.
The Overall Picture
Aesthetics look at how all the pieces of something fit together. Pieces that look attractive in isolation can clash when put together. Consider the wall colour, curtains, furnishing and everything else in the room. We need not design around the floor; we might design the rest of the room first install a floor that we know will match. Start looking at the parts of the room that are permanent, and then look at the aspects you want to keep or the objects you want to add.
Parquet flooring – structured mosaic like patterns.
Safety flooring – reduces slip problems.
Laminate – durable best of many types of wood, with no expansion problems.
Floating timber floors Perth – isolation from the subfloor. Great for sound isolation, and easy to replace.
Bamboo flooring Perth – An environmentally sound and lower cost options. Bamboo can be processed to look like many types of wood, and can be made to be quite durable.
Timber floors Perth
When choosing timber floors Perth has many fine options. Consider bamboo, engineered floors and solid timber.