Home Design | 6 Types Of Flooring To Consider

Do you know what the largest visual area of a floor is inside a room? Choosing the right floor is crucial for easily changing the ambiance of a space. When your home renovation project choosing a floor, the practicality of different floor materials should first be considered, and then the texture, color, or floor tiling technique can be used to match the overall interior design style. In addition to wooden floors and tile floors, which are the most common types of floors, we have compiled 6 of the most popular home renovation floor materials and their respective features for your reference, hoping to provide more inspiration for those who are undecided!

1. Tile Flooring
Tile flooring is one of the most commonly used floor materials because of its wide range of uses and many different colors and patterns to choose from, making it easy to match various interior design styles. Additionally, tile flooring is very practical, easy to clean, and waterproof, making it a home renovation floor material that combines both functionalities.
Note: Compared to wooden floors, tile flooring can feel colder visually and to the touch during winter.

2. Wooden Flooring
Wooden flooring has been the preferred choice of many homeowners since the past because of its short installation time and ability to bring a warm visual effect to the home interior design, making it more comfortable to walk on than tile flooring. The most commonly seen home renovation wooden flooring materials are solid wood flooring, island-type wood flooring, and super-wear-resistant wood flooring.
Note: The humid climate in Hong Kong can cause deformation problems, and wooden floors require regular waxing and maintenance, which can be more costly and require more attention.

3. Cement Flooring
Cement flooring was one of the earliest and most common floor interior design materials in Hong Kong. In recent years, it has become more popular due to its industrial and minimalist styles. Cement flooring can easily create hand-applied texture, enhancing the overall beauty of the space. Cement powder gloss is the most popular type of cement flooring because it is an improved version of ordinary cement material and is finer, making it more suitable for indoor flooring.
Note: Cement material is prone to sanding, but this can be solved through polishing, protective paint processing.

Pandomo is a special floor material developed by the German company PANDOMO. Similar to cement powder gloss flooring, it can create a seamless flooring interior design effect. Compared to ordinary cement flooring material or cement powder, it is less prone to sanding, and most homeowners choose Pandomo instead of cement powder to achieve the same flooring effect.
Note: It is not easy to clean and is susceptible to discoloration and scratches. Hand-applied patterns may change due to collisions, making maintenance more difficult.

5. PVC Flooring
PVC flooring is commonly known as plastic flooring. Many homeowners choose PVC flooring because it has many different colors, low price threshold, and no worries about insect problems. In the past, it was usually used in commercial spaces, but due to its diverse color choices and continuous improvement, it has become increasingly popular among homeowners.
Note: It is harder to the touch than other floors, not easy to clean, and not scratch-resistant, making maintenance more difficult.

6. Stone Plastic Flooring
Stone plastic flooring is one of the types of PVC flooring with different patterns to choose from. However, it is more scratch-resistant and durable than PVC flooring, and can be cleaned with a damp mop. It is more suitable for residential spaces, especially for homes with pets.
Note: Like PVC flooring, it is harder to the touch. Additionally, the corners of the floor can be sharper.