This bedroom's Old World charm is accentuated with neutral hexagonal tile flooring. Easy to install and clean, this floor is also a durable choice. Tile is an ideal flooring option for warm climate areas to keep cool in harsh heat.
Design by Lori Venner and Thom Oppelt
The contrast of the light and dark hand-scraped maple flooring adds drama to this masculine space.
Design by Woodley Architectural Group
Animal Print Rug
A small animal print rug on the floor of a bedroom adds an sophisticated pop of pattern to liven up the space. Design by Lori Dennis
Using laminate is a low-cost, yet stylish flooring option. Made to resemble hardwood, stone and tile, laminate gives inexpensive options for texture, style and color.
Photo courtesy of Mohawk Flooring
Add color and pattern with a large rug. This rug is not only stain-resistant, but its fibers are made from recycled soda bottles.
Design by Kemp Hall Studio
A lively choice for children's bedrooms, linoleum flooring is available in a range of bright colors as well as soothing neutrals. Easy to install and clean, these floors can stand whatever kids dole out.
Photo courtesy of Forbo Marmoluem
Made to mimic hardwood and other elegant flooring options, vinyl is a less expensive, yet very durable choice for the bedroom.
Photo courtesy of Tarkett
Concrete is an eco-friendly and low-maintenance bedroom flooring. These concrete floors are solar-radiant heated, taking this room from industrial cool to warm and cozy.
Photo courtesy of Fawn Art Photography
Soft and durable, carpet is always a sensible option for a bedroom, especially a child's room. Choose a classic pattern to make the room easy to update as your child grows.
Design by Kelley Proxmire; photography by Erik Johnson
This woven-strand bamboo flooring ranks high in sustainability. Not only is it beautiful, but it is high-quality as well.