shutterstock_236268070The living room is one of the best rooms in the house. After a long day, there is nothing better than sitting on the couch, putting your feet up, and relaxing. Whether you have guests over frequently, or it’s just you and your family using this space, it’s important to make your living room inviting and comfortable. Floor Coverings International of Naples is bringing you three great flooring options for your living room.


Carpet flooring is the epitome of cozy – many people have no problem just lying on their living room carpet floors instead of a chair or couch. If you have pets or an allergy problem, this may not be the best choice for you as carpet can retain dander and other allergens. However, if children or elderly persons are frequently visiting your home, carpet can greatly reduce their risk of injury from slips and falls. Carpet is also less prone to scratches, so if your living room sees many guests, this flooring type may be the way to go.


Hardwood flooring is beautiful and classic, it’s no wonder so many homeowners choose it for their home. Hardwood flooring would be best for less frequently visited living rooms, but it is not out of reach if that is not the case. Area rugs can not only decrease wear and tear but also add an additional, softer texture to the room. You can also choose lighter wood colors such as oak to create a more casual feel.

Natural Stone

Natural stone is a bit of a unique option for your living room floor. Though it doesn’t have the same comfy feeling as carpet, it can still be a perfect fit for your home. Stone is not great for families, but if you’re looking for a durable, elegant, and upscale addition to your living room, materials such as slate, granite, or marble definitely fit the bill. One complaint with stone is that it can be cold in the winter, but for us here in sunny Naples, that isn’t an issue.

If you’re interested in more living room flooring options, contact the experts at Floor Coverings International of Naples, FL today! We provide a free, in-home consultation.

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