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How to Choose the Right Type of Flooring for Your Bedroom

Trying to find the best flooring for bedroom is always a bit of a challenge, if only because there are so many different options for flooring to pick from.

Best Flooring for Bedroom

Some folks are going to want to choose an option that is incredibly comfortable for bare feet above all else, whereas others are going to be more interested in the best flooring for bedrooms from aesthetics standpoint or a cleanup and maintenance standpoint.

Others still are hoping to hit that sweet spot somewhere in the middle.

Choose the Best Flooring for Bedrooms

To better help you find the best flooring for your bedroom space we’ve put together this quick guide.

Check out all the helpful hints we offer below!


Carpet for bedroom
Of all the flooring options out there, carpet is almost universally thought of as a bedroom flooring choice – and for good reason!

The odds are pretty good that a lot of the homes you’ve lived in had master bedroom floors covered in wall-to-wall carpet, offering a soft, luxurious, and gentle flooring surface for you to pad around in when barefoot or walking in your socks.

Available in a variety of different colors, a variety of different textures, and a variety of different patterns carpet is also incredibly affordable, does a great job at locking in bedroom temperatures, and even adds a bit sound control to the space, too.

On the flip side of things, carpet can be a nightmare to clean – especially if you have pets or small children. It doesn’t take a lot for even brand-new carpet to start to look worn and shabby, something you’ll want to consider as well.

Hardwood Floors

Hardwood for bedroom

Hardwood floors or solid wood floors are also ridiculously popular flooring ideas for the bedroom, ranking right up there with carpet.

Adding a look of luxury and elegance to any space while remaining relatively comfortable on your bare feet, there’s just something about hardwood floors that offer a feeling of refinement that you just don’t get with carpet.

You are able to add a lot of character and a lot of visual interest to a space depending on the type of wood floors you have selected, too. Solid wood floors are pretty expensive – but have obviously been able to last the test of time and look even better with age – but you can always move forward with engineered or laminate flooring options that are a little bit more affordable.

Laminate flooring has the same aesthetic and look that solid wood brings to the table while offering a more consistent, an easier to install, and a less expensive option (generally) that makes it a very attractive alternative.

These floors can be a little finicky to clean and maintain, though. On top of that they also aren’t going to add any extra warmth or sound dampening properties to a space the way that carpet will.

If you have ever slid out of bed in the dead of winter and had your warm feet hit frozen wood floors you know exactly how jarring it can be.


Vinyl flooring for bedroom
Vinyl floors are a way to go with bedroom flooring for sure, certainly something to consider if you are looking to save a bundle of money on your flooring options but still want a decent look at the end of the day.

You usually find vinyl tiles elsewhere in the home (the kitchen, the mudroom, the laundry room, and the bathroom), but today there are a lot of luxury vinyl floor options available that you wouldn’t ever feel embarrassed to have installed in your master bedroom (or any other bedroom, for that matter).

In fact, some of the better vinyl options available are even better looking than some carpet and hardwood choices!

Super simple and straightforward to install – especially when you let professionals handle the heavy lifting for you – these kinds of floors are glued right down to the subfloor surface. That guarantees that there isn’t any creaking, that there isn’t any cracking, and that you aren’t going to have to worry about spills working their way under the floor and causing issues later down the line.

About as easy to clean and maintain as it gets, too, a little bit of soap and water can knock out pretty much any spill and any mess on a vinyl floor.

Of course, vinyl flooring isn’t going to look anywhere near as “fancy” or as high-end as high-quality carpet or hardwood/engineered wood floors ever will – but if you’re looking for a budget focused option that definitely gets the job done and still looks decent, this is certainly an approach to consider.

Closing Thoughts

When you get right down to it, there are a couple of different things you have to consider before you purchase any bedroom flooring.

For starters, it has to be comfortable to walk on and pleasant to look at.

Your bedroom is going to be a sanctuary inside of your home, the place you go to rest and recuperate from the day, and it should be a place that you really feel good to visit each and every night.

Secondly, you’ll want to make sure that the flooring option you’ve selected is easy enough to clean and maintain without a lot of headache and without a lot of hassle.

Nobody wants to spend any more time than absolutely necessary cleaning their home or cleaning their bedroom, and while the odds of spills and stains in the bedroom aren’t anywhere near the chances in the kitchen, dining room, or living room you still don’t want to have to spend a lot of time scrubbing those accidents out of your flooring of same.

Thankfully though, with a bunch of different options out there to pick and choose from (all of them higher-quality than what was ever available on the market before, even at budget price points), you don’t have a whole lot to worry about.

The odds are very good that you’ll be able to find the perfect flooring option for your bedroom without much issue, especially if you use helpful hints and inside information we highlighted above throughout this quick guide during your search.

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