Carpet is a popular choice for home offices because it can muffle sound and is comfortable to walk on. You will want to consider a chair mat for under your office chair to protect the carpet.
Home Office Flooring
A carefully planned design for a home office or study is important for creating an atmosphere where you can be productive. You must take into consideration the needs of the space and how you plan to use it as part of your home. Whether you need a hardworking home office that is your remote base of operations for work, or a place for your kids to use for completing homework and school projects, you'll need quality office flooring that will hold up. That's why Empire Today has put together a list of some of the best flooring options for any home office or study.
You’ll also want to consider chair mats to help protect your carpet or flooring, as rolling chairs can be tough on any type of home office flooring. An Empire Today flooring professional can help you choose products that are both functional and stylish.
Factors to Consider When Choosing Home Office Flooring
Some items to keep in mind when selecting the right floor for a home office or study include:
- Frequency of room use
- Wear from office chairs and furniture
- Noise level
Your flooring professional can help you choose the right home office flooring. During your FREE In-Home Estimate, your Representative will explain choices to fit your home, budget, and lifestyle.
Flooring Ideas for a Home Office or Study
Solid hardwood and engineered hardwood can create a time-honored look for your office or study. Warmth and a distinguished character are the trademarks of hardwood flooring.
Laminate is a budget-conscious option that lends your office or study wood visuals at a more affordable price. It also provides resistance to stains, soil, wear and abrasions.
Ceramic and porcelain tiles are durable and resistant to abrasions, stains and soil. Empire Today has an assortment of styles to choose from for your office.
Vinyl tile in an office looks like real tile or stone, but has the performance characteristics needed for higher-traffic areas of your home.
Vinyl plank, a budget-friendly wood look floor, can provide excellent moisture, soil, and stain resistance in home offices.
If you’re looking for stone, ceramic and wood visuals at an affordable price, then sheet vinyl flooring is a good option for your home office.
Blinds & shades are a great way to control the overall lighting and temperature in basements. Window Treatments that control light can also help reduce or prevent the glare on your computer screen.