Luxury Flooring Ideas for Your Home


If you’re looking to create your dream floors, there are several things you need to take into consideration- your surroundings, such as your fabrics, furniture, the type of interior you want to create whether it be a warm atmosphere, minimal or maybe you are looking to add a little glamour. Most homeowners when decorating often forget how important their flooring really is.

If you’re looking at flooring for just about any room in your home, we’ve got you covered with some of the best options. So, read on as we dive into everything you need to know.


Hardwood / Wood
Hardwood is a very popular choice for modern luxury homes. These beautiful floors are seen in hallways, cloakrooms, kitchens, living rooms, bedrooms, and more. While they’re costly, they generally don’t require too much maintenance from their owners.

Due to their sealed surfaces, they resist stains quite nicely when compared to other floors. However, it should be noted that sometimes they do get scuffed and scraped here and there but are quite easily repaired. In the case of high-traffic areas, they can be sanded, refinished and smoothed in only a few hours.

Resin is being used more and more in the flooring industry and provides a truly high-end look. These floors can easily drive the overall look of your room. Resin floors are made from the fusion of two polymers that fuse with the concrete floors. If you’re going for the life of it, these are unbeatable and they provide a lasting finish that is tough and chemical resistant. Resin floors are better suited for tons of environments and can be used within the entire house.

If you didn’t already know, this particular flooring is much stronger than concrete and can increase the overall loading capacity of your regular concrete floors.

If you didn’t already know, these floors were used when the Victorians were on the go! Since then, they were very popular and the most common choice amongst homeowners. In essence, they were simply the most functional and practical way to go.

Ceramic floors were typically found in hallways, bathrooms and kitchens. However, if you currently reside in a warmer climate, you could place these floors throughout your entire home. Ceramic floors are easy to wash and they are both durable and hard. Unlike other types, these don’t attract much dirt and dust.

Since vinyl floors are resistant to water and stains, these might be ideal for your kitchen or bathrooms. Vinyl has long been considered the synthetic relative of linoleum floors and provides superb value for your money. However, these are usually available in two types.

The first is the sheet flooring variant. This is quite easy to work with since it comes in either twelve or six feet in width. Of the two, this is much better if you’re interested in water-resistant properties.

Carpet has been a popular choice for quite some time. More than often enough, carpet is used to add some gorgeous opulence to any home. With carpet, you’ll easily create a warm and friendly living space. Unlike other floors, the carpet is softer on your family’s feet.

However, unlike several of the other options, carpet is not as durable and stains quite easily. In essence, they suffer heavy wear and tear and it takes a lot of effort to keep them feeling and looking great. Spilling anything on the carpet is always a mini-disaster and red wine is usually the culprit for cream carpets.


So, for all your flooring requirements look no further than the team at Blackberry Hill Carpets and Flooring. Call us on 01858 288 031 or email