What’s the first thing a visitor looks at when they enter your house? While you might think it’s your fancy wall decor, the flooring is often one of the first things most people notice as they step through the front door — even more so if they’re taking off their shoes. Flooring can set the tone for your entire house, making this a crucial selection when building a home.
Aesthetics and Acoustics
Flooring comes in a wide range of colors and textures that can help set the design tone just as much as paint selections and light fixtures. A lighter-toned tile will create a very different visual feel than a dark hardwood. Different materials also offer different acoustics. For example, if you are concerned about potential noise from hard flooring materials, you should balance the room with items that absorb sound.
Durable flooring that stands the test of time will save you money and keep your home looking nicer in the long run. Newer carpet products are better than ever for this, with fade resistance, easier cleaning, and even some stain-resistant varieties. All Capstone Custom Home flooring is professionally installed, and many products come with a limited warranty. You can have confidence they’ll stand the test of time.
The Comfort of the Classics
Sticking with traditional flooring selections can be a great starting point for your home — such as tile in the bathrooms, hardwood in common areas, and carpet for the bedrooms. At Capstone, we offer a wide range of options for each material. Plush, patterned, and high-traffic carpet, various hardwoods and hardwood alternatives — all to give your home a stunning look that lasts.
Need help selecting the right flooring for your dream home? At the Capstone Custom Homes design center, our team can help you make the perfect selection to complement the rest of your design preferences. Visit us today to start planning your future.