Welcome to part one of our four part “Designing Your Master Closet” blog post. In this part of the series we are discussing the decision on the flooring for your dream closet. Although it may seem like there are just a few options when it comes to flooring, that is certainly not the case. Categories that factor your decision are size, style and use. We will spend this blog going through different options to help you design your dream spot.
Different types of flooring:
It only makes sense for us to get started with helping you design your closet with beginning from the very bottom. Choosing your flooring is no easy task. It involves determining what your main goal is for your closet, how often it will be used etc. Below, we are giving you our top five options for master closet flooring.
Marble floors are very elegant looking and are always a perfect choice for a master closet. Want to know what the best part is? You can make these floors heated and never have to worry about standing on a cold hard floor in your closet while getting ready!
Of course we could not forget about one of the more basic closet floor trends, carpet. Whether you choose to cover your entire floor in carpet or just get a stylish area rug, having carpet in your closet can make for a more cozy vibe. There are endless options when it comes to choosing the perfect carpet. You can decide to go with a neutral color that blends in or your favorite bright color to make a statement. Let’s not forget about the countless design patterns that are also available.
You can never go wrong with a classic hardwood floor anywhere in your home and the closet is surely not any different. There are several different options (more than just color) you can choose when it comes to using wood flooring. There is the decision between solid or engineered, unfinished or finished, species, style and more! Don’t worry, in one of our later posts in this series, we will get more into color choices for your wood.
If you like the look of wood but are worried about damaging real hardwood floors inside your closet, seek out this comparable option instead. It looks almost exactly the same. With an easy install, you can enjoy the look of hardwood without having to worry about the upkeep. There are several different colors to choose from, all so fabulous!
Often master closets are connected to the bathroom where ceramic tile is largely popular. Add a beautiful porcelain design into your closet for a continuous theme. Looking similar to marble and a ceramic tile design, porcelain stands out for the multiple options you have when deciding on an install choice.
Stay tuned for next week’s blog and part two of this series – Master Closet Drawers!