Your wood laminate flooring is a home décor asset, not just something that you walk around on. Think about: how much of your décor and furniture do you end up buying according to what will fit with your flooring? It’s probably had a greater effect than you thought, so here are some ideas for how you can make your wood laminate flooring a part of your décor planning.
The farmhouse kitchen
Do you have fond memories of a warm farmhouse kitchen and home cooked food? Maybe you’ve seen such a kitchen on TV and thought you’d like to try that in your own home. With wood laminate flooring you can make it happen.
Just ask your laminate flooring installers to lay down some laminate that is coloured to look like whitewood or a light maple. From there you can renovate your kitchen with white walls, cupboards and furniture, all in an antique style. Slap down some countertops that also look like a lighter type of wood and you have your perfect farmhouse kitchen, from the floor up!
For the minimalists
For those who appreciate minimalist style, you’ll know that it is all about opening up the spaces of your home. Wood laminate flooring doesn’t give you more space, as such, but it can help you create an impression of free, clean and open spaces.
With the range of colours available in laminate flooring you can opt for something like a white or off-white stone colour, or even white marble. This clean, stony appearance will lighten up your space to create a clean and open atmosphere. Throw in some edgy white furniture and maybe a sculpture and you will have your ideally minimalistic space.
Rustic brickwork fanciness
Anybody who enjoyed watching movies in the 90s will remember a lot of the rich character’s homes being quite rustic, with a lot of fancy brickwork and open plan spaces. If you have a lot of brickwork showing in your lounge or dining area, even if it is smaller, you can replicate this look with the right wood laminate flooring colour.
The one common feature in those rich, rustic mansions – besides the brickwork – was the flooring. If you get your laminate flooring installers to put in specially printed flooring that makes up arrow-like patterns in your floors in alternating light and dark colours, you’ll have the perfect partner for your rustic brickwork. Add in some leather furniture, glass vases and beige lampshades and you could call yourself Mister Luther (you don’t have to shave your head though, don’t worry).
Get in touch with professional laminate flooring installers to make sure you get your perfect style to accompany the décor you want.