Bedroom flooring

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Bedroom Flooring

Deciding on what kind of flooring to use in a bedroom can be difficult. In this article we will be discussing the different flooring types, their advantages and disadvantages.

Ceramic tile for Bedroom Flooring

Ceramic tile flooring is one of the most commonly used flooring types. It can be seen in many households across the world. Ceramic tile has been used in bedroom flooring to add a dimension of design. Ceramic tile is quite durable but falls short in drop resistance as heavy objects can cause it to crack. The grout that is required by ceramic tile can also be hard to clean. Ceramic tiles conduct heat quite well. This could create an uncomfortable foot feel as the tiles would be very cold to the touch in the morning.

Parquet wood flooring

Parquet wood flooring is another bedroom flooring staple. Unlike ceramic tile flooring, parquet wood flooring is less susceptible to temperature changes. Thus, it can give a more comfortable foot feel. It also is easier to clean as it does not require grout. However, it falls short in durability and water resistance. The wood in parquet wood flooring is porous. This allows it to absorb water which could cause wood rot over time. Parquet wood flooring is also not as durable as it is easily scratched and can be chipped off.

Vinyl tile for Bedroom Flooring

Vinyl floor tiles have seen a rise in popularity since the invention of vinyl flooring. The most commonly used vinyl flooring is SPC vinyl floor tiles. Vinyl tiles, like parquet wood flooring, are easy to clean as they do not require grout. They are also resistant to temperature changes as they are made out of PVC and stone-plastic composite (SPC) which are poor conductors of heat. The SPC rigid core also allows vinyl tile flooring to be drop resistant.


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