The design of your living space must always start from the floor.

Floors with walls constitute the foundation of your home interior, serve as a uniting aspect of living, and influence the overall impression of the premises. They, along with furniture and decorations, contribute to the overall ambience of the room, which can have an effect on your sensations and mood.

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When selecting the color of the floor, consider the usefulness of the separate rooms, their size, the availability of daylight, and the style and furnishings you want to adorn the interior with. At the same time, the floor is one of the most stressed materials since it must bear the everyday pressure caused by humans, furniture, spilt beverages, and other contaminants. As a result, you should choose it not only for its appearance, but also for its durability.

 Flooring is a long-term investment, so when selecting, consider quality as well as an aesthetic that you won’t get tired of even after several years.

Choose a different floor for every room.

If you prefer to experiment and want to choose a different floor for each room, it takes refined taste and a sense of detail and colors, or it can end up being an ineffective “mishmash.” However, if you know your way around or hire a designer, you can accomplish fantastic results. It is, however, simpler to select the same floor for the entire apartment and experiment with different patterns on the furniture or intriguing accessories and décor.

Because the spaces in tiny flats are frequently visibly connected, it is very vital to utilize the same floor in all rooms. This manner, you won’t ruin anything and will create a consistent flavor.

How does the color of the floor affect the overall space?

The colors in the house, the amount of daylight, and the size of the space all have a large influence on each other. The color shades of the floor, ceiling, and walls have a significant visual effect on how the space is seen. You can quickly visibly enlarge, diminish, brighten, or make the overall area more pleasant by skillfully combining the specific colors in the flat. It all relies on your imagination and the available area.

Light floor

If you need to visually increase a dark area, one with a smaller window or one facing north, use a light floor that absorbs less and reflects more light, making the room appear larger. Because light colors are associated with cleanliness and peace, you can pair a light floor with light walls. The brighter and cooler the colors, the larger the room appears. A lighter-colored floor brightens up a smaller or darker room, airs it out, and gives it a timeless appearance.

 But be careful!

Although the light floor appears clean, even sterile, it is nevertheless frigid, especially when mixed with cold hues (blue, green).

Dark floor

Dark and warm colors shrink and warm up the space. A dark floor, as opposed to a light one, appears stable, serious, and comforting. If you enjoy contrasts, go with light walls and a dark floor. However, they do not have to be snow-white; white with a faint admixture of another color is more appropriate, as are pastel tints and a few brightly colored objects that warm and enliven the interior.

However, black floors can be combined tastefully with other dark colors that are utilized to highlight and compliment. The combination of a dark floor and richly colored walls can shrink the area, so be cautious and use this combination only in very large rooms. Too many dark colors can make a room appear dismal, so don’t be afraid to add some color with accessories.

You should also consider the protective bars. When the moldings are the same color as the floor, the floor appears larger; conversely, when the moldings are the same color as the walls, the floor appears smaller.

The character of the floor completes the style and atmosphere of the interior.

When selecting a floor covering, consider not only the size and openness of the rooms, but also the overall appearance of the interior that you want to accomplish. Whether you choose modern – minimalist design, classic or rustic style, or a Scandinavian or French living style, there is a large selection of floor covering colors and decors to pick from.

Currently, manufacturers of all sorts of floors offer decors for practically every style, as well as a diverse color palette. However, interior designers only prescribe certain materials for specific types, such as primarily wood for country style. More material alternatives are available in the modern timeless design.

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