The master bedroom is a room that people often choose to be a little more free in their decorating, and more likely to splurge on luxury items or upgrades that increase comfort. Choosing a quality flooring option that feels great beneath the feet means looking beyond the obvious choices. It also means asking yourself what you really want to feel and see each time you walk into the room and wake up in the morning.
• Hardwood - Hardwood is a classic choice that seems to fit any type of style slant from modern to retro to antique. It is a common choice because it is long lasting and easy to keep clean. Hardwood flooring is also a way to reduce allergens. It can be stained deep colors to warm up a room or light colors to open up an area.
• Tile and Stone - Mason styled floors feel great beneath the feet on a winter's morning when they are installed with radiant heat underneath. They are known for being easy to keep clean, easy to maintain and for lasting forever. Tile and stone can come in any color or pattern combination so the style fits a wide variety of tastes.
• Laminate - Laminate flooring lasts a long time these days, and is the most budget friendly option on this list. The designs available today may surprise you in both quality and beauty. Laminate flooring comes textured to appear at first glance like the medium it is replicating.
• Carpet - Carpet is a great way to bring together a room in exactly the color you want. It can be deep and soft or shorter and less cushioned. Whatever your taste carpet makes a great flooring choice for cold climates and for the top floor where sound barriers matter and where less dirt will get tracked onto it.
Decorating the bedroom is a highly personal journey, but beginning with the flooring and working up can make the rest of the room come together in a way that is pleasing to the eye, and exactly what you want to feel beneath your bare feet.