ABOUT DINING ROOM FLOORING
Maybe your dining room sees daily use during family dinners and schoolwork, or maybe it’s a room reserved for holiday parties and large gatherings.
No matter how frequently it’s used, the dining room is a timeless place that requires a tough, timeless flooring. It’s an area of your home that sees a fair amount of foot traffic—and a lot of eyes—so style and durability matter. Whatever you select needs to be able to outlast trends, spills, and scrapes from heavy chairs. Find your perfect match at Atiles.
DINING ROOM FLOORING TRENDS
When it comes to dining rooms, hardwood is a floor choice as old as time. From 5-star restaurants to classic home interiors, wood floors create warm, inviting environments. They may not make your food taste better, but your family and guests will certainly feel right at home.
Wood can stand up to the wear and tear of chairs scooting across the floor and even occasional food spills. With regular care and minor maintenance, hardwood floors can last for decades to come.
DINING ROOM FLOORING CONSIDERATIONS
While a low-pile area rug can add a nice touch under your dining room table, carpets aren’t recommended for dining rooms due to the potential for food mess and stains. Solid surfaces such as hardwood or quality vinyl will
fare much better.
- How long do I need this floor to last?
- How much traffic does my dining room see?
- Am I worried about scratching my floors?
OUR TIPS FOR DINING ROOM FLOORING
While a low-pile area rug can add a nice touch under your dining room table, carpets aren’t recommended for dining rooms due to the potential for food mess and stains. Solid surfaces such as hardwood or luxury vinyl will fare much better and are easy to clean in case of spills.
Either will add an elegant finish to your dining room that holds up for many years to come.
Whatever your selection, Atiles has a quality flooring solution for your home.