Whether your walls are designed in an epic way or even if your lighting design is truly spectacular, it would all fall felt if the floor has been designed in a mediocre way. Floor designs are especially important in interior aesthetics, as they take up a vast expanse and are pretty expressive when it comes to complementing the rest of the interior design. For example, if the floor is slightly out of order, it would impact the look of your entire interior space. Similarly, if the color, material or even texture of the floor is mismatched in any way, it would impact the entire ambiance in a negative way. Below, let’s look at some great floor pattern ideas that would befit your dream home.
- Of squirting
One of the most important functional aspects of floor cladding is that it provides squirting – which is the small, four inch tall longitudinal band that runs along the periphery of the interior. What you can do is, make it taller than four inches in certain parts of the room – for example; the window sill areas – so that it will make the floor a more cohesive entity that seamlessly merges with the walls.
- Herringbone patterns
These are usually carried out in wooden floor formations. The herringbone pattern can use one or more kind of wooden tones but even using a single one can be enough. It includes arranging the wood in alternating diagonal patterns on the floors, so that they make an aesthetically pleasing floor. The overall impact of this specific floor design is elegant and classic.
Abstract floor patterns are best used in large spaces. These could be complemented with a contemporary conceptual furniture style. Abstract floor patterns could either be extremely large or extremely compact. The one featured in the image below is larger than mos. It has been designed to complement the rustic-industrial style of the overall interior.
- Conventional Tiles
Regular 1’x1’ or 2’x2’ glazed porcelain tiles are some of the most common floor design approach in the market. These kinds of floors have a very classic appeal that is able to keep up with perpetually changing interior trends. If you go for this style; one thing is for sure – you’ll never have floors that seem outdated.
- Wooden laminate floors
These are the best alternatives for actual hardwood floors. Wooden laminate floors have a traditional but timeless aura. They fit in well with all manner of interior styles – be it rustic or contemporary or anything in between.
- Matt finish tiles
Matt finish tiles are another version of the conventional tiles. Their finish is extremely unique and has an understated quality that ramps up the elegance of any interior it is applied in. these kinds of floors are well suited for studio apartments or large living rooms.
- Distressed wood floors
Shabby chic is a style that is always in style and distressed wood floors feature that effortless beauty that comes with this style. These kind of floors should be used with restraint, as too much of it can make the space look kitschy instead of stylish.