The Timber Flooring is a coating composed of overlapping layers, offering a durable, stable, and rather resistant surface once applied. The most common and economical type is vinyl material in rolls, a flooring sold in practical rolls with a fibreglass backing, with many designs and colours to choose from based on the kind of environment and your needs.
Sizes, characteristics and finishes of vinyl floors
Today's vinyl floors are no longer aseptic rolls of plastic to be glued to cover the floor. The latest innovations in Vinyl Flooring Adelaide are available in different sizes.
As for the decorations, it is possible to choose from wood-effect Vinyl Flooring Installation such as pine or oak to stone patterns such as travertine or slate. There is also no shortage of marbled patterns, from the most classic to the most modern, making it impossible not to be able to find a vinyl floor that suits your needs.
The surface can also be strengthened using surface treatments like saw cutting, sandblasting, and ribbed, making it appropriate for high-traffic areas (like public spaces). It is still simple to repair minor flaws or damage, but it is also true that a worn-in wooden floor develops appeal.
Wood is entirely natural, living, and renewable and is the source of the parquet product. The various essences, numerous veins and colour variations, and various visual flaws are true testaments to its nature, making it exceptional and highly valued.
Laminate flooring is also called faux parquet precisely because it reproduces more or less faithfully the effect of traditional real wood parquet. With the same colour tones, floors with slats of different lengths and widths will have a completely different final result, just as the presence or absence of veins and knots, Laminate Flooring Installation will give the environment a classic, rustic or modern tone.
- White or whitened laminated floors: ideal for small or poorly lit environments, ranging from almost solid white to bleached and aged wood effect. Definitely an excellent choice, pay attention only to the combination of white furniture and windows, in order not to create a “hospital” effect.
- Grey laminated floors: very trendy and fashionable, grey is suitable for modern, domestic and commercial furnishings. It is one of the most used colours in shops, hairdressers, beauty salons, etc.
- Brown laminated floors: Oak, with its typical light brown colour, more or less veined, has always been the most used wood essence for the production of traditional parquet.
- Red laminate floors: in the 80s and 90s, Cherry was very popular in furnishings and therefore in floors; today, however, it is considered out of fashion and, therefore, eliminated from the catalogues of laminate producers.
- Black or dark laminated floors: also, in this case, fashion influences production: in the 2000s, there was a boom in ethnic furniture and, consequently, an enormous diffusion of colours such as Wengè and Ebony, which have almost disappeared today. A very dark laminate flooring can be an excellent idea to create an “atmospheric” commercial space but beware of dust which will be much more evident.