Flooring Designs And Ideas


As both the walls and floors are considered as the base of any interior scheme, the flooring definitely plays one of the vital roles in the process of designing. The GOHAUS team has tried their best to blend both the aesthetics and the practical aspects, that need to be taken into consideration in all the projects undertaken by them.

Here are a few flooring options pinned down, for the home owners to get inspired from.

Flooring In Kitchen

In case, the kitchen is designed with open concept, flooring material should not only match the interiors of the kitchen, but also those spaces that connects to the kitchen floor. The floor material also needs to be able to stand up to knocks, spills and furniture, not to mention human and animal traffic. Therefore, opt for durable materials, as purchasing a cheap floor may save you money initially but it will not last long, and will start looking dull before its time.
The kitchen floor should not only be cost effective, but should also be durable, easy to clean and resistant to moisture as well.

A few materials which we recommend are :

Stone or tile, which is great for high traffic areas. This material is durable and also available in various colors and styles.

Pre-finished hardwood is a popular choice for today’s kitchens as well since, it can withstand traffic and water stains.

Even LVT (Luxury Vinyl) is waterproof, which is essential for spills, washing dishes. It is also cost effective, and is much more affordable than installing Wood Flooring or tile. The Luxury Vinyl Flooring material is also much more durable than some cheaper options like linoleum and laminate.

Flooring In Attics

As an attic or a loft is a space found directly below the pitched roof of a house, deciding the floor material depends mainly on the way in which the space is going to be used. For instance, the flooring material used in an attic just for storage purpose will vary comparing to an attic that is converted to a play room!

Opt for loft panel flooring like vinyl, linoleum and carpet, that can help to reduce noise transmission from the attic to the floors below. Moreover, floating floors made of laminate or vinyl are easy to care, as they do not scratch or require sealing or special cleaners, which can make them an ideal choice for use in a space where children move around on a regular basis.

Flooring In The Basement

When it comes to selecting a flooring material for the basement, it's essential to select materials which can withstand moisture or doesn't cause any water damage.

The best flooring material for the basement is sealed concrete and epoxy paint. As concrete is a very porous material and can cause damage from water, chemicals, and abrasion therefore, sealing it is essential. And if Epoxy is applied to concrete, it provides extra protection, resurface, aesthetic enhancement to the space. The advantages of epoxy as a resinous flooring system include best value, excellent wear, chemical resistance, cleanability, and abrasion resistance. Moreover these materials are economical and brings in a natural feel to the space.

Here is the types of Flooring we offer:
Nomad - Porcelain - Tile Flooring
Appalachian Cherry Click Vinyl Plank Flooring
Uluru Sunset - Acacia - Engineered Hardwood Flooring
Charter Oak - White Oak - Engineered Hardwood Flooring

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