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Bedroom Flooring Ideas Mount Vernon, WA

It's only common sense to start from the ground up when decorating your bedroom. Practically speaking, choosing and installing  bedroom flooring first means you won't have to move all that bedroom furniture which tends to be heavy. From a design point of view, since the flooring can set the mood for the room, choosing it first will enable you to tie everything together for just the look you desire. 

For the Romantic Bedroom
One of the best flooring options for creating a soft romantic aura is cut pile carpeting. A carpet in a neutral color is the perfect complement to lush textured draperies and a canopy bed. Plus, cut carpeting cushions the feet when you take that first step on cold winter mornings, especially if your bedroom is situated over your unheated garage. And believe it or not, carpeting is surprisingly cool all summer long. 

For the Hypo- Allergenic Bedroom
If you or a family member suffers from allergies or asthma, you might want to steer clear of carpeting since carpets tend to catch and harbor allergens like pollen, dust mites, and animal dander all of which can trigger an asthma attack or an allergy flare-up.  It can also expose  you to carpet dust as you sleep. A better idea for anyone with allergies or asthma is hard surface flooring such as laminate, tile, or hardwood. 

Hardwood Flooring
Hardwood may not be as soft as carpet but it can project a warm welcoming aura. Hardwood flooring lasts longer than carpet, stands up to spills better, and doesn't have to be changed out should you choose a new bedroom color or decor down the line. Whether you choose long wide planks, narrow ones, or a chevron pattern, hardwood involves a sizable outlay of money up front when you consider purchase and installation, but it actually costs less than carpet when you factor in carpet cleaning and the need to replace rugs periodically. Hardwood, however is not the best choice for homes with pets whose claws can scratch it. 

Tile Flooring
Tile is a wise option for children's bedrooms, especially if the dog or cat hangs out there. Tile resists scratching, and is easy to clean. Spills wipe up easily with a damp rag, and no matter whether it's ceramic or travertine, tile can be damp mopped daily without damaging it. If you have  small children who fall easily,and like to play on the floor, you might want to designate play areas with small area or scatter rugs.

Laminate Flooring
If hardwood doesn't line up with your budget at this time, laminate can serve as a viable option. Available in planks, laminate gives the appearance of hardwood, and can be printed to simulate all the different wood varieties. Also available in tile form to suggest parquet flooring, laminate is easy to maintain and comes with an affordable price tag.

Rest assured, once you choose your bedroom flooring, everything else will fall into place.