ABOUT LAUNDRY ROOM FLOORING
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Your laundry room is an essential part of your home. It handles dirt, mess, moisture and traffic on a regular basis, but just because it’s a highly-practical space doesn’t mean you can’t make it stylish.
It may not be the largest space in your home, but your laundry room need to pack a punch. We’ll help you choose floors that deliver on durability, water-resistance, and easy maintenance—all while creating a space you truly enjoy using.
LAUNDRY ROOM FLOORING TRENDS
When you’re selecting a laundry room floor, you’ll need to keep in mind a combination of style and functionality. Even though hardwoods are the flooring of choice in modern homes, you might not want to use the same flooring in your laundry room as in the rest of your house.
A hard-working, low-maintenance surface like wood-grain laminate, vinyl or tile can give you that modern appeal while also being secretly extremely easy to clean.
LAUNDRY ROOM FLOORING CONSIDERATIONS
Laundry is a dirty business. Your floor might be exposed to any number of substances: bleach, detergent, dirt, humidity, heat and stray lint from the dryer… The list goes on. You’ll need to choose a floor material that can handle potential chemical spills without staining and endure a moist environment without warping, so that you can wash your clothes without worry.
- How will this floor handle moisture?
- Will this floor be slippery when wet?
- Is this floor temperature-sensitive?
- How well will this floor perform under regular use?
OUR TIPS FOR LAUNDRY ROOM FLOORING
When it comes to functional rooms like your laundry room, you should prioritize performance over prettiness. Avoid extending extravagant floors like hardwood or carpet into your laundry room just for appearances. That’s not to say you can’t add style to your washroom: our ceramic tiles come in an array of patterns and designs to match the
mood of your room.
If you want to add some class, marble is a gorgeous and durable, if higher-priced, option. Vinyl is another great option for water-resistant laundry flooring, and it won’t be as cold underfoot as stone or tile might be.
Whatever your selection, LA Flooring has a quality flooring solution for your home.