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Top Flooring for Home Offices


Working from home can provide a lot of great benefits. However, as many people discovered during the recent lockdowns, it also comes with a lot of unique challenges. 

Working productively from the comfort of your own home can be difficult. It’s a place you previously regarded as a relaxing space. So, how can you switch to working productively from your home office? The answer is to create an attractive and efficient layout.    

Did you know that your choice of flooring can impact how well you work? With the right flooring, you’ll be more creative, comfortable, and productive. The question is, what is the right choice of flooring for a home office? 

Here, Leeds based retailer Stories Flooring shares some of the top flooring choices for transforming your office space…

Engineered wood 

Engineered wood floors are a great choice for home offices. They provide real wood aesthetics, enhanced stability, and exemplary durability. 

Only the surface of the floor is made from real wood. The other layers are made up of plywood, which means these floors are not susceptible to changes in moisture or temperature. Most are suitable for use with compatible underfloor heating systems. This allows you to keep the home office more comfortable in colder weather. 

Make sure you choose a floor that has been vigorously tested against castor chair damage. There are a lot of engineered wood floors available, and they don’t all boast the same level of durability. To ensure you are getting the best quality engineered wood flooring, choose a brand you can trust such as Kahrs.

LVT Flooring

LVT, or Luxury Vinyl Tiles, are one of the most popular types of floors installed in modern homes. Benefitting from realistic wood and stone effects and easy maintenance, these floors are ultra-tough yet comfortable underfoot. 

One of the major benefits of LVT flooring is its ease of installation. Most floors come with a click system, ensuring they are fast and simple to install. The tiles quickly click together for a secure fit. Anybody can do it, which means you could save a fortune on installation costs.

These types of floors are also typically great at withstanding heavy wear and tear. You won’t need to spend hours maintaining them and they are naturally warm to the touch. 

The most impressive thing about LVT flooring for home offices? It comes at a budget-friendly cost. These floors are some of the toughest and most affordable on the market. 


Solid wood 


If you have the budget and you’re willing to do a little more in the way of maintenance, solid wood flooring can be a great option for the home office. While there are some great imitations on the market, nothing can beat the look of a real wood floor.

As the home office isn’t exposed to high levels of daily foot traffic, you won’t need to worry about wear and tear. The only thing to consider is the potential damage that could be caused by your office chair. To protect the floor, it’s a good idea to place a rug under the chair. This will prevent damage while also providing additional comfort. It will also help to minimise noise when you are getting in and out of the chair. 

Solid wood flooring is available in a huge range of designs. There is something to suit any interior and you can opt for lacquered or oiled finishes. 

Whichever type of floor you decide to purchase for your home office, head over to Stories Flooring. The retailer is renowned for its discounted prices on the biggest brands, as well as its incredible range of free samples.



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