Six Flooring Ideas for Your Kid’s Room

Kids can be rough on furniture and decor when they play, and as much as you want them to enjoy themselves, you must also always consider their safety.  So, when planning your kid’s room, pay attention to flooring, as it is a great way to give them an attractive and fun room, while minimizing the risk of injuries.

Here are six ideas for planning the flooring in your kid’s room:

  • Use soft hardwood tiles on top of your hardwood floor. Wood floors are beautiful, but they are hard and more likely to cause injuries if you child falls on them or even crawls around.  If you want to retain the elegance of hardwood floors, install soft hardwood tiles over them, so make the surface softer for your little ones.
  • Line up carpet squares on the floor. They are soft, easy to install, and easy to remove. Plus, they are easier to clean because you can simply remove the stained or dirty square and replace it with a new one.
  • Add some bright colored circular rugs. Not only are they functional, but they also make the room more fun because they have a touch of whimsy.
  • Make the room safe for rough play by laying down patterned rubber flooring. Rubber floorings is durable and soft and is used for activities like karate, ballet, and dancing. If your kid is active and animated, rubber flooring could be the perfect option for you.  There are pattered options as well, which can add an element of fun.
  • Reduce allergies by using cork flooring, which is warm to walk on and hypoallergenic. If you do not like to hear loud noises coming from your kid’s room, then cork flooring can be a solution for you because it reduces noise.  Your kids can play all day and you can do your household activities in peace.
  • Fill in spaces with soft colorful tiles. Bring more colors into your child’s room with soft colorful tiles. They are safe to use, easy to clean, and fun for the little ones.

Heather & Alan Davis
Oklahoma City Realtors
http://www.alanandheatherdavis.com

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