Conservatories are those magical spaces that can be used for pretty much anything. From light and airy kitchens to cosy and inviting living spaces, they’re one of the most flexible rooms in the house, and as with all rooms, the flooring you pick can really make or break them.
The flooring you choose is going to depend on what you’re doing with the room, but each flooring type has its own qualities that could impact your choice. We’ve put together a handy guide to conservatory flooring, so you can find the right option for you.
If you’re planning on using your conservatory as a living space, carpet is one of the best options available to you. Use it to create a snug, welcoming environment that you’ll want to unwind in at the end of the day. A neutral colour will allow you to swap styles much more easily, while a striking pattern will definitely add an eye-catching splash of personality to your room. Our collection of stain-resistant carpets are perfect for homes with pets and kids and can add an additional layer of dirt resistance.
If you do decide to use a different type of flooring, a stylish rug or two can achieve the same effect and adds an extra level of versatility.
If your conservatory is going to be your main access to your garden, then there are a number of things to consider. There’s nothing worse than finding muddy footprints on your new carpet, which is why laminate flooring is a serious contender. It’s easy to clean, extremely hard-wearing, and has a similar look to hardwood floors at a much lower price.
Again, your room can be finished with a beautiful rug to tie in any design accents that you’ve used, and just adds a little something extra.
Luxury Vinyl Tiles
With a wide range of styles and colours, LVT is an all-rounder when it comes to conservatories. Easy to clean and maintain, vinyl floors are a safe bet for your room, no matter what its purpose might be. It even retains heat during the colder months, making your conservatory that much more comfortable.
As beautiful as hardwood flooring might be, it’s not best suited to conservatories – especially those with glass roofs. As the temperature changes within the room, the flooring is prone to expand and contract, causing warping and damage.
If you’re looking for the perfect flooring for your conservatory, why not get in touch with our team and book an appointment? We’ll be able to talk you through each option in detail, and we can even measure your space and fit your selection for you.