Whether you are cultivating your interior design at home or want to stay true to the architectural style you have inherited through a move, it’s important to understand how flooring can compliment a popular style. Learn more from the flooring experts at Floor Coverings International Boca Raton.

concrete flooring in boca ratonModern Design

Modern design is known for its clean lines and minimalist furnishings and décor. The modern style is often influenced by industrial design as well. Polished concrete flooring is a great way to keep the modern feel throughout the home.

Contemporary Design

Contemporary design is characterized by soft, rounded lines and splashes of bold color. A very light-colored hardwood flooring is the perfect compliment for contemporary interiors. It keeps the space feeling light, bright, and natural, while highlighting the color accents throughout the home.

Traditional Design

Comfortable yet elegant is the best way to describe traditional design. Often influenced by classic European décor, traditional homes typically feature ornate furnishings and finishes. Patterned carpet is the perfect way to combine comfort and elegance in any home.

rustic hardwoods in boca ratonRustic Design

Rustic design brings a feel of the outdoors in. This style encompasses your classic farmhouse and country finishes, making distressed and hand-scraped hardwood the perfect flooring options for these homes.

Mid-Century Modern Design

Mid-century modern design has long been a favorite among Boca Raton homeowners. If you aren’t ready to embrace the shag carpet that is synonymous with this style, consider a stone tile such as slate or flagstone. Natural elements are an essential part of mid-century style, and stone is a great way to bring the outdoors in.

If you are interested in learning more about these and other classic flooring options for your Boca Raton home, give us a call. We will come to you for a free in-home design consultation to help you find the perfect flooring for the style of your home.

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