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Choosing the right floors are important for both practical and aesthetic reasons. Not only do the floors bear the brunt of foot traffic and show the first signs of wear and tear, but they are also one of the first things your guests notice when they enter your house. The perfect floors are a combination of functionality and style fitted within your budget. There are a few things that you should keep in mind while choosing the floors of your new home. Here is a list:

1. Color and Design

Picking the right color for your floor is a crucial decision. Whether you prefer a bold color or a lighter shade, you must choose the one that complements your sense of aesthetics. Dark wood flooring is trendy and works fine with a range of fabrics and design. However, flooring is permanent, and so you must choose a color that does not wear off fast. Opt for light color floors if you want to make your home look large and spacious.


All the rooms in your house do not have to have the same flooring material. The best way to make up your mind is to consider the area in question. For instance, hardwood floor would look elegant in a living room although they won’t serve the purpose in a bathroom where the moisture content is high, and you need a material that can survive it.

3. Durability and Maintenance

Do you see yourself replacing the floor in the near future? Also, are you okay with floors that need a lot of upkeep? These are the questions that you must answer before making a choice. If easy-maintenance is what you are looking for, choose laminate floors that need nothing but a quick mopping. Pay extra care for choosing the flooring material in the high traffic regions such as staircases, hallway, entryway, living room, and mudroom.

Choose a flooring option that complements your sense of style, fits within your budget, and lasts a long time. We at All State Homes have the expertise to guide you in making the right decision. We also have many semi-custom floor plans to make the home building process easy for you. Contact us today and take one step closer to your dream home.

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