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5 Types of Flooring to Consider for Your Livingroom

The contract is signed, the team has been assembled, and now you're in the process of choosing materials for your home. This might seem like an easy decision, but you would be surprised at how many people overlook their flooring options (thinking they only have one or two). The fact is, there are plenty of suitable options for flooring, and different types of flooring will work differently in each room of your home. Today, we're covering all things livingroom and we hope that you find this helpful! Let's jump into the 5 Types of Flooring to Consider for your Livingroom.


This is probably the most obvious one out of the bunch because it's the most popular. Hardwood floors are a classic choice that will make any home warm and inviting; it's available in a ton of different colors and they're aesthetically pleasing for a wide variety of decor types and settings.

Price: $3 per square foot for unfinished oak to $12+ per square foot for exotic wood.


Easy maintenance

Adds significantly to the resale value of homes


Costly materials

Requires periodic refinishing


Who doesn't love a cozy carpet? Two thumbs up from me! It doesn't have hardwoods charm or rustic detail, but what it lacks, is quickly made up in versatility.

Price: $1400 – $4000 for an average sized living room


Easy maintenance (regular vacuuming)

Provides insulation in winter and summer = energy saving!


Can aggravate allergies

Water contact can create mold

Stains can be hard to remove


Tile, like hardwood, is great for someone looking for an easy clean. It's water and stain resistant and is highly durable! This would be an option for someone who has a lot of people coming in and out of their house and needs something to last them many years.

Price: $5 – $10 per square foot


Durable and can last you years if you take care of it

Easy to clean and maintain


High price tag

Tiles can crack


Concrete is becoming more and more popular in homes. It's common in industrial loft style spaces and is mostly seen covering countertops (thank you, Joanna Gains for showing us that concrete isn't just meant for the floor!). Concrete offers a simple, yet ascetically appealing surface for you to decorate to your hearts content. It's really versatile and is offered in an array of colors.

Price: $2-$6 per square foot for polished gray slab concrete and $5-$8 per square foot for other options.


Highly versatile

Environmentally friendly



Hard surface might be a hazard for children

Requires periodic resealing to keep moisture out


Vinyl has a rep. of being the cheap alternative to hardwood, and while it may be significantly less per square foot, there are also other things to consider. It's water resistant, scratch resistant, kid-friendly, and durable enough to hold up with a lot of foot traffic.

Price: $.50 to $10 per square foot


Easy maintenance

Very affordable to install and replace

Comfortable for your feet


Higher levels of toxins can be released during the installation

Not environmentally friendly.

Difficult to repair

Yellows with age

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We'll see you back here, next week for another blog! Be on the lookout for: 5 Types of Flooring to Consider for your Kitchen!



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