If you are renovating your master bedroom, there are plenty of items to consider. From the color scheme to the furniture, you want to ensure that your master bedroom serves as a sanctuary to you. The master bedroom should evoke calming, peaceful feelings upon entering. An often overlooked aspect of the master bedroom is the type of flooring. Flooring can make or break a room, especially a bedroom. Your flooring is the last things your feet will touch before bed and the first thing they touch in the morning after all.
Carpet is an excellent choice for bedrooms because of its soft, plush tactile nature. A high pile carpet arouses a sense of luxury and expense, while also doing the practical job of keeping your feet warm. Carpet is also a great option for its insulation qualities. Carpet can help to isolate your bedroom from outside noises which can make it easier to sleep at night. In addition to noise reduction, carpet also traps heat, ensuring a cozy and warm bedtime all year round. Carpet, though conventional, is a great choice for any master bedroom.
Hardwood is another incredibly popular choice when it comes to the master bedroom. Softer and warmer than tile or stone, hardwood makes for an overall pleasing choice for a bedroom. For an added design kick, you can experiment with throw and area rugs to make the space more personalized. Hardwood floors can serve as a traditional or modern base from which to design the rest of your master bedroom. You can customize your hardwoods by choosing the species of wood, grade, cut, and stain.
An unconventional choice to be sure, cork is gaining popularity in today’s master bedroom remodels. Cork is soft, spongy, and yielding beneath your feel, making your room calm and relaxing. If you are never one to embrace norms, cork flooring would be a wonderful choice for you. Cork is filled with tiny air bubbles, making is a great insulator for sound and heat. As long as you maintain the surface seal, cork is very hard to stain. It is also anti-microbial and anti-static, meaning that it will not cause any air quality problems (like carpet sometimes can).
Questions? RPS Carpet and Flooring Wholesalers Can Help
If you are still stumped as to which type of flooring you should install in your new master bedroom, RPS Carpet and Flooring Wholesalers is here to help you. Our trained professionals can answer whichever questions you have and point you in the right direction for you and your family. Feel free to give us a call or visit our showroom to check out our extremely wide selection of commercial and residential flooring options. For tips, tricks, and to see what we have been up to, be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.