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Top 3 Options for Apartment Flooring – Solutions | Ideas

From this Post you can read about small and large Apartment flooring ideas, solutions also for balcony & hallway. During the 1970s and 80s, mosaic flooring was the norm in Indian houses. At the time, marble flooring or designer tiles were a rarity. Only a few among the affluent could afford them.

Today, flooring ideas are a dizzying array of design and material. Expensive hardwood, affordable tiles or marbles, they are all available in the market today. For home owners, choosing and deciding the right flooring is more complicated and riddled with confusion.

Apartment flooring ideas, solutions also for balcony & hallway

If you’re in a fix about choosing flooring for your house, here’s a quick way to understand the merits and trade-offs in each case.

Small and large Apartment flooring ideas, solutions also for balcony & hallway

# Marble Floor for your Home

Marble flooring gives a regal air to your decor. Today, there are many varieties available, starting from plain white and black shades, to more exotic shades of soft swirling colours. Usually, marble comes in the form of slabs or tiles. You can also choose the marble shade and quality based on your preference and budget.

Marble floors give an elegant look to your home, but it needs to be cleaned and treated with care. For cleaning marble floors, it’s advisable to use mild detergent or soap. And while mopping the floor, use overlapping strokes with the mop stick. To deal with dirt patches, use a soft scrubber to remove it individually.

If you’re going with marble, the best ones are Indian, Italian and Greek varieties.

# Designer Tiles Add Colour

Tiles are generally the most popular choice of flooring for Indians. With a wide selection of designs, patterns and textures, tiles are seen in most apartments and homes. Most titles are resistant to stains and easy to clean.

You can choose from different materials like ceramic, stone, vinyl and porcelain. Most apartment owners choose ceramic and vitrified tiles as they withstand rough usage and are less prone to scratches. Also, for bathrooms, anti-skid tiles reduce the chances of slipping.

Another benefit of having tiles is the ease of changing broken or cracked tiles. All you need is to remove the broken ones instead of replacing a big portion.

# Hardwood Flooring Options

Hardwood floors cuts out a classy look and ambience in your house. Home buyers pay big money for hardwood floors for its earthy beauty and warm colouring that bring the homely feeling. They come in different shades and finishes. For instance, you can have bamboo, cork, solid oak flooring, engineering hardwood flooring, and many other varieties.

While hardwood flooring is elegant, it’s also sensitive to moisture and scratches. Another downside of hardwood flooring is the high cost, maintenance, and it can prove to be noisy when walking. Many apartments with hardwood use carpets or rugs to act as a cushion muffling the noise.

# Ideas on flooring

The material used in flooring goes a long way in defining your living space. Apart from the cost of flooring, there are practical conveniences with each flooring material. So, when faced with options in material, check the pros and cons of each material before making a final choice.

This Post Contributed by Bharath Joshi, the Marketing Executive for Unishire Belverdere and Unishire Signature that began with an aim of redefining real estate and creating benchmarks for others to follow.


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