Floors design ideas, inspiration & pictures

  1. Private Residence:  Floors by Archmaze
  2. Family Room:  Floors by Crosscurrents interiors private limited
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  4. Interiors:  Floors by EVEN SIGHTS ARCHITECTS
  5. Goel's, Aanandam World City, Raipur:  Floors by ES Designs
  6. RESIDENCE PROJECT :  Floors by The Design Code
  7. Suneja Residence Interior Design:  Floors by Rhomboid Designs
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  9. Suneja Residence Interior Design:  Floors by Rhomboid Designs
  10. Terrace Garden Decor at Civil Lines, Delhi:  Floors by Grecor
  11. MDF Bar Counter with fully automated LED lights:  Floors by Design Atelier
  12. Reynolds:  Floors by ARC INDUSTRIES Interior Design
  13. AANGAN:  Floors by MAAD Concepts
  14. DAHANU- VIJAY GHODAWAT:  Floors by smstudio
  15. Solidwood Floor:  Floors by Opulo India
  16. Residential Project:  Floors by Kalatmak Space
  17. Porcelain Floor Tiles From india:  Floors by Tiles Carrelage Pvt. Ltd.
  18. RETIERMENT HOME AT KANCHIPURAM:  Floors by One Brick At A Time
  19. Reynolds:  Floors by ARC INDUSTRIES Interior Design
  20. Reynolds:  Floors by ARC INDUSTRIES Interior Design
  21. ellipse and more..:  Floors by SPACCE INTERIORS
  22. floor plan design:  Floors by Swiftpro Interior Designers in Delhi
  23. studio  sem idioma:  Floors by KAS Architecture
  24. studio  sem idioma:  Floors by KAS Architecture
  25. studio  sem idioma:  Floors by KAS Architecture
  26. studio  sem idioma:  Floors by KAS Architecture
  27. studio  sem idioma:  Floors by KAS Architecture
  28. Vibe Art:  Floors by M.U Interiors
  29. Interior Commercial Space :  Floors by Planet Design and associate
  30. Hand Loom Knotted:  Floors by Capital Carpet Company
  31. Hand Loom Knotted:  Floors by Capital Carpet Company
  32. Hand Loom Knotted:  Floors by Capital Carpet Company
  33. Hand Loom Knotted:  Floors by Capital Carpet Company

How can I find  design ideas and inspiration for floors?

It is very easy to settle for safe and conventional options when it comes to designing or replacing floors, but actually if you know where to look there are endless options for all tastes and budgets. Deciding what type of floor or which kind of design is best for your floor is not easy as you have to consider many elements such as your local climate, prices, availability of materials and the overall style of the room combined with the whole house. Keep in mind that different rooms in the house may require different types of flooring, for example, the flooring used in the bathroom and kitchen should be non-slip as those rooms tend to get wet and slippery. We highly recommend hiring a professionals such as interior architects and tilers.

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Which floor types are popular in India? 

Tile, laminate, vinyl and wood are a few of the most popular types of materials for floors. If you choose a tile floor, then you are likely to be able to keep it intact for many years. You will notice that tile floors usually last longer than other common floors in the market, such as carpets or laminate flooring. Tile floors are extremely durable and can easily last a few decades without losing its color or shine. Coating on the tiles make them impermeable to moisture and the effects of direct sunlight. Most tiles can also withstand being treated regularly with sponges and abrasive cleaning products for the home. Therefore, it can be a very good option for bathrooms which are often aggressively scrubbed clean. There are a wide variety of colors and designs, which can be mixed, combined and accommodated in different ways to create creative and unique designs. Tile flooring is also a good option for a tight budget as it is possible to interpose expensive tiles with other cheaper ones. 

Many homeowners choose hardwood floors because they are known for their durability. The resistance of the material and its aesthetically attractive finish mean a big investment as wood is one of the most expensive materials, so consider it as a long-term investment. This means that it is important that you really like the choice you made otherwise you will be forced to live with it. However, there are many styles and colors to choose from so your options will not be limited to a few.

Another advantage of wood floors is that they maintain a good appearance, even when the wood has worn out. When you want to change the look of your floors, wooden floors can also be varnished or painted instead of changed, which can save you a lot of money. However, if you completely get bored with wooden floors, then you also have the option of covering with laminate or vinyl, which are also highly durable materials. 

One of the biggest benefits of laminate flooring is that you can create and recreate many different styles and it is not as expensive as wood. Installing it is extremely easy too, you can even do it yourself to lower costs. If you choose a good quality material and thick layers, then laminate flooring is more likely to have a longer lifespan than other flooring options. Another reason to choose a laminate floor is that it is very easy to clean. This makes it a great option if you have children running around the house as the laminate floor is kept safe from stubborn stains. 

Vinyl flooring is very similar to laminate flooring as it is water resistant and easy to clean. But, unlike other flooring options, it must be glued directly to the floor, creating an extra layer, almost imperceptible, it is also a good mattress against noise, which makes it useful for apartments where you can hear the sound traveling from one floor to another. Vinyl flooring is available in rolls or pieces. In addition, there are in a wide variety of designs, such as imitations of wood or ceramics. Therefore, they offer something to satisfy most decorative schemes.

How to create different styles of floors?

For a modern style ,many prefer to use wooden floors or neutral colors for the floor such grey, white and brown. Once you have the foundation for the design of your floor, you can enhance the style by harmonising with the walls and furnishings. The minimalist style is very similar to the modern style in that it is simple, plain and elegant. The easiest way to create a minimalist style in your home is by introducing wooden or concrete floors. One of the best things about country style floors is that there are a lot of colors to choose from that can be perfectly combined with this style. Although the typical choice for a rustic look is a wooden floor, many prefer to use ceramic tile floors as they are cheaper and do not run the risk of a termite infestation.