There are many options that you can consider and are suitable for entrances such as wood, vinyl, laminate, tile, or even carpeted floors. We will discuss these options below to allow you to decide which style best suits your needs.
When choosing flooring for your home, you can have fun exploring different colours, designs, patterns, and textures across a range of materials. Let’s deep dive into the different options:
The number of occupants of your house should inform the choices you make for hallway flooring. In particular, for both young children and elderly occupants, you want to avoid slippery or hard surfaces to minimise the risk of injury in the case of a fall. In addition to this, if you have a household with young children, you may want easy-to-clean flooring, or opt for additional stain-guarding on carpets. Similarly, if you have pets, you should consider how easy the flooring will be to clean as pet hair and muddy paw prints will show up against shiny tiles and can be ingrained into carpets.
Overall, it’s important to consider what best suits your needs in terms of your preferred style and who the occupants of your house are when choosing your flooring. If this has helped you find the best flooring for your home or building project, we have more helpful guides at Trade Corner.
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