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    While the floor sometimes seems like an afterthought when designing or remodeling a home, it can actually set the tone for the entire room. The material you choose for the floor can make the difference between cozy, stately, or industrial, and can also help determine the decor and materials for the rest of the room. Here are some of the most popular flooring options for homes, as well as what type of spaces they work best in.

    Hardwood

    These types of floors are often highly coveted by homeowners because of their luxurious look and feel. They come in a variety of colors and can be used in various finishes as well, although they tend to be on the darker side. Although they can be costly to install, they look stunning and are highly durable. They require very little maintenance after installation, and can be cleaned much more easily than carpet. However, they can be somewhat noisy, which means they aren’t the greatest choice for apartments or multi-level homes.

    Ceramic Tile

    Tile is a great look for kitchens, bathrooms, and mudrooms, and can be used in many different designs and arrangements. They make a particularly good choice for families with young children because they are stain resistant and very easy to clean. However, they are very hard and unforgiving on the feet, so they aren’t great choices for comfortable rooms like living rooms or bedrooms. The grout that is used on ceramic tile is also somewhat difficult to clean and maintain.

    Bamboo

    This natural material resembles wood, but has a lighter yellow-ish color. It is environmentally friendly, which is why many people love it as an alternative to hardwood. However, it isn’t a great choice for areas of the home that are exposed to too much sun or water. This is because the material is susceptible to damage from these elements.

    Stone/Granite

    Many people love the luxurious look of stone throughout their home. It feels very smooth underfoot and looks very sleek and modern. However, it can be very difficult to install and it is very expensive as well, so remodeling with a stone floor is not for the faint of heart. These floors are a great option for those looking to increase the value of their home, or those who want a highly durable flooring option.

    Carpet

    Carpeted floors are usually the best option for comfortable living spaces like dens or bedrooms. They insulate heat and sound, so they are good for multi-level homes, or homes in cooler climates. Additionally, it comes in a variety of patterns and styles, so you can really customize the look of a carpeted home.

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    Incorporating color into your home remodeling project is a must – it livens up the space and gives it a distinct personality. Whether you go for a whole wall of color or just a few accents, it’s important to decide what type of colors you want to incorporate before completing the design plan. Different colors can actually have their own unique impact on how people feel when they enter the room, so it’s important to choose wisely. Here are some of our favorite colors to work with and what they mean.

    Red/Orange – Warm and Inviting

    Red is the ultimate pop of color, whether it’s in fashion or home decor. Incorporating reds and oranges into your decor is a great way to make the space more friendly and fun to spend time in. However, red can be very overwhelming when used in large doses, so it’s important to be careful about where you place it. This is because it can make your mood more energetic, but also more aggressive. Reds work very well in social areas of the home, like living rooms, dining rooms, and entryways.

    Deep Blue – Calming

    Blue is the perfect color for spaces where you really want to relax. This is because it symbolizes tranquility. However, it can also increase focus and make people more productive. Because of this, it makes a great color for bedrooms, home offices, and workout rooms. Since blue pairs well with other colors, it is a great base color for any room.

    Yellow – Bright and Optimistic

    Yellow accents work well in kitchens or entryways because they make people feel cheery and grabs their attention right away. However, just like red, it can be overwhelming and make people feel aggressive when used in overwhelming quantities. Adding small pops of yellow trim or decor elements to a kitchen is a great way to help wake up in the morning during breakfast. It’s also a good color to add to offices because it can increase focus. It pairs particularly well with blues and greens.

    Green – Fresh

    Since green is a very easy and relaxing color for the eye to absorb, it is a favorite of interior decorators. It also has been known to symbolize both nature and wealth, two things that people value and enjoy seeing in their homes. It is a great choice for any room where you like to relax, like a bedroom or living room. Many hospitals use it as well because it promotes healing, so it can work in a bathroom too. This is the perfect color to help you feel happier and more optimistic without being too overwhelming or energizing.

    Purple – Elegant yet Sympathetic

    Because purple is the color of royalty, it is often used by people who want to make their homes appear more elegant. It works well as a color for an accent wall, a rug, or a piece of furniture like a rug or a table. It also can encourage people to be more compassionate and understanding towards each other, so it is a good color to put in your living room or dining room to help people socialize more effectively.

    Pink – Loving

    This color is the most romantic and tender of all, and promotes very understanding and sympathetic conversation. Unlike red, it is actually very tranquilizing. This is why it is often used in children’s rooms or in gathering spaces as an accent color.

     

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