Choosing a flooring for your conservatory is just as important as choosing one for your home. You want it to be comfortable, as well as being stylish and practical. Let’s have a look at five flooring ideas that can work beautifully in your garden room…
Laminate is an incredibly popular choice and comes with it impressive durability. Gone are the days of cheap, ugly lino – today’s laminates look so much like real wood, that often it’s hard to tell them apart. It’s affordable as well as stunning, what more could you want?
Luxury Vinyl Tiles
Vinyl hasn’t got the best reputation, but LVT is a whole other ballpark – it has come on leaps and bounds in recent years much like laminate. Not only has its durability significantly improved, but is also a lot warmer, easy to lay and affordable as well as lots of options with designs – you can even trick your eyes into thinking its wood or stone! The world of vinyl is huge now and you’re bound to find something that will be suitable.
Carpet has always been a traditional choice and it’s popularity continues to remain. However when it comes to the garden room, it probably shouldn’t be first choice. If you’re planning on having a potting room, a carpet will be no good. However if you’re looking for a reading room or kid’s play area, then carpet is warm and soft under foot – a real cosy choice! They came in a variety of styles, materials, thicknesses and colours that you can choose exactly what you want! Just remember that they take a little extra maintenance such as vacuuming and it will stain!
Our personal favourite, real wood floors are truly stunning. They’re durable, thick and look so classy that you wont find a better option to add style and sophistication to your home! The only snag when it comes to real wood is its hefty price tag and maintenance. Although real wood is very durable and will last a lifetime, it can scratch and stain as well as being no good when it comes into contact with too much water. Wood will give a fantastic rustic feel and will go with any interior theme, so you don’t need to worry if you do decide to change things around!
Tiles are very durable and you can feel safe in the knowledge that tiles will never get boring or outdated. With a while range of sizes and patterns, you’re well and truly spoilt for choice. You could even mix it up by using different tiles in certain areas creating a completely unique look! They are also very easy to clean and don’t stain – however they are cold underfoot so you might want to purchase a rug to add a little extra warmth.