How Floor and Décor Work Together
When building a home or renovating a room, it is important to use foresight when choosing a floor that will allow for décor and style versatility throughout the years and life of your home. The flooring option chosen will partly determine the ease of decoration changes and style options available to you in the future without having to replace the entire floor. Remembering that floor and décor go hand in hand will enable you to make a decision which will work for years to come. Floor and décor work to compliment each other, adding to the overall aesthetic of the room.
For example, hardwood floors often provide a spacious, elegant look to any room and can help to accent wood fixtures such as moldings, doorways and furniture. Choosing warm, deep colors will create a cozy feel perfect for reading alone in front of the fire or entertaining as a group. Additionally, as hardwood floors can match just about any color scheme, they can easily work to accommodate style and decoration modifications without necessitating an entire floor change. And, as hardwood floors can last for years if care for and maintained properly, your floor will remain looking good through each interior design change.
Conversely, carpet or linoleum can limit style change options depending on the color and design of the original flooring. If light colored carpets were installed to allow for more future decorating options, stains and a gradual darkening of the carpet in heavily traveled areas may prompt a carpet replacement well before a hardwood floor would need to be replaced.
Floor and décor decisions can be difficult to make when felt beholden to a certain design for the entire time spent living at a residence. However, making floor decisions initially that will allow for future decoration and color changes of a room can alleviate some of the pressure.
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