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How To Decide On What Flooring To Use For Your Summerhouse
During the warmer months, having a summerhouse is a great way to make the most of the weather. A spacious structure can be set up in the garden, acting as a private studio or a place to relax with friends and family. After the summerhouse has been built, it’s time to decorate and flooring plays a crucial role. There are a number of considerations to think about, which is why we’ve put together a guide on finding the right floor for your summerhouse.
Using the space
Before the flooring is put in, deciding on how you want to use the summerhome is a major consideration. It all depends on how often you plan to be inside. If you plan to go in when the weather is warm and wet, then you could opt for a simple plywood floor that can be waterproofed.
If you plan on using the summerhouse when the weather is frequently wet, then you could go for a vinyl or laminate floor. Both styles are waterproof, offering extra protection. Pools of water can be wiped away easily. You may also want to choose a colour of wood that reflects the overall style of the building.
Comfort could be a factor in the summerhouse. In that case, you may decide you want to install a carpet based floor or lay down rugs over wood. Be aware of the potential water damage and stains from wet weather. Alternatively, you could keep a few rugs in your home and roll them out in the summerhouse when it’s in use.
For some people, a summerhouse is an opportunity to be creative. There are several materials that can be used to build the structure, ranging from brick to wattle and daub. Others prefer to have a modern design, with steel walls and stained glass windows.
The creativity extends to the floor as well. You have the chance to be as imaginative as you like. Parquet flooring is a good option because of the unique design. Other eye-catching designs include mosaic and slate materials.
You may have built the summerhouse to indulge a specific hobby, such as painting or pottery making. This may affect the look and feel of the space. Other people may use the summerhouse for exercise or yoga. In this case, a softer floor like carpet tiles are a good option.
A summerhouse is worth building, as it’s an excellent place to relax. Our range of floor products is extensive, so there’s plenty to choose from. For more information contact us on 01244682100.
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