Hardwood is the gold standard in home flooring, but the cost of it is considerable. Take a look at some alternative solutions that looks like wood, but aren’t wood at all.
Laminate is a durable and stain-resistant flooring alternative to hardwood that comes at a fraction of the cost of real wood and is much more resistant to scratching and physical damage.
Porcelain tile is easy-to-clean and water-resistant, making it ideal for bathrooms and kitchens. Plus, large-format tiles serve as a dramatic decor element, and can visually expand a room due to minimal grout lines.
Bamboo is the trendiest green flooring option. To be sure, bamboo is not a tree, but a fast-growing grass that can be grown organically and harvested sustainably.
It’s very durable, low maintenance, and affordable – with proper care and installation, vinyl floors can last significantly longer than other materials.
Cork is one of the most environmentally friendly flooring options on the market and can really transform a room with its color and texture.
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