The value of the house is defined based the room decoration. If you have a basement, turn it into a family room. You can put a home theater and an L shaped sectional sofa at the corner spot. You can also have a different look in the family room design with floral wallpaper. Add a nice potted plant at the corner spot. It can be bamboo or palm. You can add spacious feeling in the room by having the right floor plan. The wooden floor is nice to spot inside a modern or even traditional baseball family room design. It evokes the comfort and warmth. When you touch the wooden floor, you always feel great. You do not have to be confused when selecting a family room floor in the basement. Here are several things to remember before the installation process takes place:
Where To Start?
Let’s begin by knowing different kinds of floor for family room in the stores. You will be a bit confused to find out the perfect the flooring design since it is available in a lot of choices. The most popular ones include hardwood, laminate, vinyl, carpet and floor tiles. Each of them has different price, texture and style. If you are interested to have a cost effective material and installation, pick vinyl flooring. The people who want to focus on the exclusivity of their luxury family room can opt for the dark finished hardwood flooring. It is divided in several options. You can choose mahogany, walnut, beech, maple and oak floor. You can resemble the texture of hardwood floor without spending a lot of money if you install bamboo or laminate flooring.
Carpet Or Rug?
After you have done with the installation of family room floor, decide whether you will spread a rug or a carpet on its surface. Spread a traditional red rug on the wooden floor to increase the beauty of classic family room. Some people opt for the neutral colored cotton rug or carpet for it will never create overwhelming look inside a small family room plan. If the family room looks boring, spread a colorful carpet in orange, yellow or cream.
Published at Tuesday, August 22nd 2017 by Jeanne Mila