The choice of soil in environments is an issue that many people doubt, because there are a variety of options and models on the market. What has to be considered in the construction or renovation is the practicability of cleanliness, beauty and quality of the material.
To help you choose the soil and soil, you need to know a little about each type of model so you know the pros and cons. Of the many options we separate the most used in residential projects:
- Vinyl mimics wood texture and is widely used indoors. This floor brings comfort to the environment while being soft and thermal.
- The granite and marble are noble floors, so the cost of this coating are high, especially the Carrara marble and the travertine. It’s easy to clean with just a damp cloth to keep it shiny.
- The carpet currently has a system of synthetic yarns that are treated against fungi. But the ideal is to use them in commercial areas such as offices, cinemas or recreational areas of residential buildings.
- Laminates are known as Formica, which imitates wood with a variety of textures and surfaces. It has a simple installation and has a high resistance.
- The rubber floor is not only non-slip, but also excellent soundproof. Ideal for the playground, rooms for children and gyms.
- Wood is the most used floor in social environments and dormitories. It is a noble material and has no flaws in interior design. They are usually seen as soils, tacos and parquet.
- Porcelain stoneware is preferred for high standard apartments. There are a variety of designs, textures and sizes. It has advanced technology so it does not produce stains or mold.
- The ceramic floor has a variety of layouts and models. The cool thing is to use them in wet areas like the bathroom and the kitchen because it’s waterproof and easy to clean.
Following these tips are some pictures with different types of flooring and coatings to help with your project:
Picture 1 – Ground in wooden block in 45 degrees
Picture 2 – concrete floor with pebbles
Picture 3 – Mix of wood and ceramic floor
Picture 4 – floor with colored carpets
Image 5 – Tiled floor in the form of a diamond
Picture 6 – brick floor
Picture 7 – Modern carpet in the form of a puzzle
Image 8 – Tile and wood tiles mix
Picture 9 – Playground with rubber floor
Picture 10 – Living room with carpet
Picture 11 – Floor with rectangular ceramic plate
Picture 12 – Ceramic floor
Picture 13 – Floor made of burnt cement
Picture 14 – Cork floor
Picture 15 – White granite floor with marble
Picture 16 – Kitchen with Portuguese stone floor
Picture 17 – Drainage floor
Picture 18 – Black and white tiled floor
Picture 19 – Polished granite floor
Picture 20 – Kitchen with granite floor
Picture 21 – Hydraulic tiled floor
Picture 22 – Laminate floor
Picture 23 – Corridor and stairwell on marble floor
Picture 24 – Parquet floor
Picture 25 – Kitchen with floor in glass tablet
Figure 26 – Bathroom with floor in black glass tablet
Picture 27 – Loft with transparent glass bottom
Picture 28 – Matt porcelain floor
Picture 29 – ground in wooden block
Picture 30 – room with vinyl floor
Picture 31 – floor with cement board
Figure 32 – floor with black PVC plate
Picture 33 – Traversed ground with cement board and grass
Picture 34 – Porcelain stoneware floor in a light tone
Picture 35 – Artificial wood tile floor
Picture 36 – Kitchen with porcelain floor
Picture 37 – Polished porcelanato floor
Picture 38 – Epoxy resin floor in yellow color
Picture 39 – floor in mixed wood block
Picture 40 – wooden floor in common style
Picture 41 – floor in wooden floor
Picture 42 – Soil in demolished wood floor
Figure 43 – Tiled floor in hexagonal shape
Picture 44 – Polished cement floor
Picture 45 – Balcony with wooden floor
Figure 46 – Bathroom box with wooden floor
Figure 47 – Exterior on wooden decking
Picture 48 – White granite floor
Picture 49 – Kitchen with granite floor
Figure 50 – Granilite floor in black color
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