By Ysolt Yilmaz. Home Design. Published at Friday, October 12th, 2018 - 15:00:17 PM.
While studying alternative flooring choices for a room in my house, I came across an exciting possibility–rubber flooring. It is not just for home gyms and manufacturing spaces. The water-resistant yards and endurance of rubber flooring make it perfect for spaces such as bathrooms and kids’ rooms. It’s increasingly being used in kitchens and living rooms. It has a fresh look. It’s strong. It has an anti-slip feature.
Moreover, you won’t believe how chic it is! In today’s article, we feature ten rooms with rubber floors. Ready for a closer look?
A kitchen is a typical option for a rubber flooring section, as rubber is impenetrable to water. Not to mention, it has a modern look, as do numerous kitchens! Below we notice smooth white flooring in a light-filled culinary area.
One characteristic of rubber flooring I’m drawn to is the textured variation, especially when round coin-like forms are included. Isn’t the grey flooring below an excellent choice for a kitchen with light aqua walls and white cabinetry? [photo by Lincoln Barbour via Ogawa Fisher Architects]
The rubber flooring in this contemporary kitchen is also textured, this event with a lightly curled design that adds excitement to the room. Enjoy that shine! [from FantasyKitchen]
There appears to be a theme promoting here, as once again we observe grey rubber flooring in a modern kitchen. Also, the dining room. Moreover, the living room. An excellent choice for areas that call awareness to the elements that fill them, such as timber and rock. Add rubber, and you have another dimension! [from Fluid Stone Studio]
Let’s take a peek at some rubber flooring in lively colors. Two of my favorites are bright yellow and kelly green. I’m also quite taken with the blue tile in this white bathroom, especially since stresses of red are involved. [from Home Decorating Designs]
This red rubber floor is impressive, as it makes out the red stripes in the wallpaper. Once again, we witness a raised coin design, which creates a smooth look that doesn’t take itself too earnestly. [featured at Elaine Butler]
Speaking of rubber flooring, it’s hard to doubt that there’s something about the toned black. It attaches a flash dose of style to rooms with white walls, and we increasingly see black rubber flooring in power rooms. Wood strokes add warmness to the bathroom below. [from Dalsouple]
I’ll end today’s article by taking a glance at some working places that are covered up with rubber flooring. The following picture displays the potential of rubber flooring and sheeting in spaces of the home such as the walk-in closet. [from FLEXCO]
What about the laundry room? This Seattle place is the ideal spot for rubber flooring. Once again, we recognize flooring in grey (from Johnsonite), which rises in a room loaded with wood cabinetry and white walls. [from BUILD LLC]
Moreover, it’s difficult to hit a garage and shed space with red accents, particularly when the red tones rise on both pendant light and flooring. [from California Closets]
I don’t know about yourself, but coin-patterned rubber flooring is my choice.I love a clear choice, such as red or yellow, but whenever in doubt, I’d probably go with grey. Would you place rubber flooring in your house?
Loved the story? Could you share it with friends?
Any content, trademark’s, or other material that might be found on the MILITANTVIBES website that is not MILITANTVIBES’s property remains the copyright of its respective owner/s. In no way does MILITANTVIBES claim ownership or responsibility for such items, and you should seek legal consent for any use of such materials from its owner.