Knowing what you want from your flooring is important, as different flooring has different properties and different uses. It can also help you narrow down the options that you have.
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There are four main choices that you could consider for your conservatory: carpet, laminate, luxury vinyl tiles and wood.
This is quite an out there choice for conservatories, however it is becoming more and more popular. It’s an easy way to transform a colder space into a warm, cosy room. It’s also a good choice if you want to make your conservatory feel like an extension of your home. The only issue with carpets is that they’re not as waterproof or as stain resistant/easy to clean as harder flooring types.
Laminate flooring can give you the same feel and look as wood flooring does, but you’re not lumbered with the expense and maintenance that can go along with real wood flooring. It’s also not effected by the changing temperatures and are less likely to fade under intense sun exposure.
Wood is a popular choice for conservatories. It’s stylish, suits bright airy spaces, and it can be extremely durable and long-lasting.However, one of the downsides is the fact that sun exposure can actually damage and fade the floors. So it might not be suitable for those conservatories that are sun traps.
- Luxury Vinyl Tiles
You could decide to have stone or ceramic tiles in your conservatory, however they can be expensive and they’re often cold underfoot. So as a cheaper alternative, why not look at luxury vinyl tiles? It’s more affordable, durable, and comfortable. Not to mention, most luxury vinyl tiles are scratch-resistant, waterproof, and slip-proof!
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