Find the right option for your closet floors.
Closets aren’t often considered a priority while redesigning your home. This is typically only used in bathrooms, bedrooms and kitchens. This does not negate the significance of closets in your home, though. When done correctly and depending on the type of closet, they may give any room a lot more depth and space. These rooms are typically less expensive to renovate because they are smaller than other rooms in your home. One of the most straightforward methods to freshen up a closet is to install new flooring. Closet flooring might look dated and stick out dramatically in recently renovated spaces, especially in older homes. In this post, we’ll look at numerous flooring types to help you choose the best flooring for your forthcoming project.
Which one of these floors does your closet have?
A walk-in closet might benefit from the adaptability and affordability of carpet. If the carpet in the bedroom has already been installed, it is also a simple method to finish the design of that space. The closet can be carpeted at the same time as the bedroom if you don’t have carpet there already or are replacing it.
On the other hand, if your bedroom already has carpet, a straightforward installation technique enables a smooth transition from the old carpet in the bedroom to the new carpet in the closet. Even with a brand-new carpet, it’s crucial to keep in mind that the project’s overall appearance won’t be as polished and upmarket as it would be with some of the other flooring options.
However, there are still advantages and benefits to carpet. Carpet is far more affordable than other options for your floor if you’re on a limited budget. The carpet helps give any area, but particularly bedrooms, a feeling of warmth in addition to being cost-effective. Nothing beats stepping out of bed in the morning and feeling the warmth of a soft, silky carpet beneath your feet.
Walk-in closets included, hardwood floors are always a lovely complement to any room. Although it might seem like a little or insignificant design decision, hardwoods’ actual attractiveness derives from the charming element it adds. Hardwoods have the added benefit of being warmer to the touch on bare feet due to their natural insulation-enhancing characteristics. Remember that the hardwood should coordinate with the rest of the closet’s decor as well.
Unbroken continuity from floor to ceiling is something you definitely want. But it’s vital to keep in mind that, compared to other flooring options, hardwoods do have a propensity to scratch more easily. However, because that region of the house receives little traffic, it makes a perfect choice for the closest. If you need inspiration photos or want to go ahead and choose hardwood flooring, check out our hardwood product catalog.
Luxury vinyl & Laminate
If you’re on a limited budget, laminate and vinyl flooring are also great options for hardwood flooring that are less expensive. They give your closet a hardwood appearance, are less expensive, and are more durable. No matter if the rooms around it are carpeted, laminate or vinyl flooring can blend in for a classy appearance. Such flooring options have made a big impact on the flooring market over time. They provided advancements in terms of durability, sustainability, and design. Ready to purchase or order flooring products? Check out our laminate and luxury vinyl product catalogs.
Ceramic tile flooring instantly elevates your wardrobe by adding elegance and grandeur. Furthermore, it is among the simplest materials to keep and clean. When compared to other flooring options, tile flooring has a more expensive price tag, but the elegant aesthetic might make it worthwhile. Tile can be cool to walk on, just like vinyl and laminate flooring. You may stay comfy by adding a throw rug or setting up radiant heat tile flooring.
A pricey choice for flooring is radiant heat flooring. Similar to tile flooring, this form of flooring exudes elegance while also serving an additional purpose because ceramic tiles are set above channels for electric heating wires. Your feet won’t ever have to worry about becoming cold after turning on the heat. It raises the bar for your walk-in closet while also giving it a spa-like atmosphere.
Careful consideration should be given to the flooring you choose for your closet because it can be essential to its comfort and functionality. Research the many types of closets, then decide which one you want to remodel. If you have a walk-in closet, you’ll spend more time inside it with your bare feet, so putting something soft, warm, and pleasant (like carpet) might be significant to you. However, if appearance is more important to you, hardwood or laminate/vinyl tile would be better choices. Take your time and make a thoughtful decision, whatever the situation. If you’re ready to update the floors or need help deciding, Valor Home Services is here to help. For more information or to book an appointment, contact our team.