The choice of flooring can make or break a room, making it a crucial element of interior design. Although our first impression of a space is visual, the floor is the first architectural element a user with physically come into contact with. It lays the groundwork for your design and the way people will use the space and navigate through it.
It is essential to choose a flooring option that compliments the design style you have chosen and meets the requirements of the space. As one of the most frequently used surfaces in any building, it must withstand constant use without losing its functional and aesthetic qualities.
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