If you’re lucky enough to have the luxury of having a spare room in your property, it definitely pays to make the most of it. When you lead a very busy lifestyle like so many homeowners nowadays, it can be really tempting to neglect a spare room, or just use it as storage space for unused items - which isn’t likely to leave the room looking its best. Many homeowners now use a spare room in the house as a study to create a dedicated working environment within the home. This is becoming more common as a lot more people now work from home part, if not all of the time and find it near impossible to concentrate or keep files organised in other rooms.
There are also more young people going to university in this generation so a study can often be a vital area for research and writing essays where students will not be disturbed. Decorating a study is a little different to decorating other rooms in the home as it is important that work within the study is not disrupted However, if you’ve now decided that the time is right to bring your spare room back to life, you need to start with the décor basics- and one ‘basic’ which can make a huge difference to the look of a room is flooring.
Whether you wish to transform your spare room into a beautiful guest bedroom, a home office or a games room, the flooring which you choose is essential, and as it goes without saying that you will want flooring to look stunning and remain looking this way for a very long time, why not opt for wooden flooring? Wooden flooring is available in a huge ranger of shades, designs and durability’s, so whether your spare room is likely to be used a little or a lot, the perfect flooring can be found with ease. Laminate floors have really taken off over recent years and it's easy to see why.
Practical, stylish and cost effective, laminate is ideal to use in a variety of locations. Laminate flooring is less prone to scratching than wood and is easy to clean with a damp mop. Unlike hardwood flooring, laminate is also suitable for use in areas which might come into contact with water, for example bathrooms and basements.Please feel fre to contact us with any queries regarding your flooring on 08456 021781 or take a look at our wood flooring collections at www.sourcewoodfloors.co.uk.