Home is a special place to live in. Every homeowner would like to have a unique style of furniture and decoration in their home. This is the main reason homeowners hire professional interior designers to decorate homes. During construction, every architect focuses hard on the flooring as it can bring a touch of elegance to a home.
There are many different types of flooring that you can use for your home. It’s been a long time, the carpet floor already exists for decades and many people get used to it.
When choosing the carpet floor, go for natural ingredients such as sisals, wool, seaweed, burlap, and fiber. The synthetic material used to make carpets known to contain toxic components that are harmful to health.
Take a look at the different kinds of flooring for your home before you make your choice as to what will work best for you.
‘Conductive PVC rubber tiles’ (Also known as ‘กระเบื้องยางพีวีซีนำไฟฟ้า’ in the Thai language) are made using three different layers – the print layer, fiber core and coated with melamine resin.
There are two types of laminated floors: high-pressure lamination (HPL) and direct pressure lamination (DPL). The DPL is made when all ingredients are combined in one process.
The biggest thing about having a laminate floor is you can install it to float on the floor without really attached to it. This is done by locking individual boards together so they form a continuous cover on the floor.
Stone, which is the oldest floor form, continues weekly with its uniqueness and freshness. There are many types of stones used for floor purposes.
The most popular floor form, elegant and chic wood floors as usual. They come as hardwood and softwood and are available in various kinds.
There are wood floors of all colors, from dark wood and redwood to lightweight wood. Quality in each depends on the type of tree used to make wood. Thus, wood floors are considered different, based on quality, grains, and colors.
The most popular tree type used for wood sources is oak, maple, ash, bamboo, walnuts, and cherries. Durable wood floors, need a little care and can last a lifetime.