According to Houzz’s Houzz and Home Report, in 2016 first-time home buyers viewed the master bedroom as a top priority for interior renovations. With warmer weather approaching, now is the ideal time to consider making a change to your bedrooms at home. Designflooring is at the heart what we do, so here are some ways to personalize your private escape using our design components.
If you have a smaller bedroom, consider adding visual interest and sophistication with our 3” x 9” parquet planks, which can be laid in a variety of patterns. You could border Black Oak AP03 with Midnight Oak HC06 and Auburn Oak AP02 with Dawn Oak HC01, as the colors coordinate with one another but are in two different size formats.
Tip: Lay our parquet planks in a block pattern or herringbone pattern to add visual interest to small spaces or to make small rooms appear larger.
If your master bedroom is an open area which leads into another area like a master bath or a walk-in closet, you may want to lay your floor at an angle. You could also choose two complementary products to blend the transition between the spaces. This option allows you to be as bold or as conservative with your design as you would like, depending on your color choices.
Remember our grouted wood blog? If your bedroom has a farmhouse feel, consider doing a ship lap or grouted wood floor to coordinate with your décor.
If your bedroom has more of a luxurious or contemporary style, a stone-look might be the option for you. Our Art Select Stones are available in pre-assembled panels of nine assorted tiles with design strips and offsetting tiles, giving you a stunning customized look! You could also mix two tiles, like our Otono LM15 and Fiore LM16.
These are just a few ideas to get your bedroom flooring renovation started! Experiment with your own ideas on our Floorstyle digital tool. Have you used Designflooring in your bedroom? Share Your Story with us.