Sometimes the importance of finishes can be over looked when glancing at a completed space. Furniture, rugs, accessories, window treatments can catch our attention before decorative finishes like the flooring material. Unless of course, you choose a flooring that is unexpected and with a personality all of its own.
This week RSVP Design Services is sharing why the “basics” can be anything but ordinary and when chosen correctly can become the highlighted backdrop for everything else to follow in a space. We wanted to share with you some of the coolest flooring ideas available on the market. Check it out and let us know which is your favorite!
Leather Belt Flooring:
Leather flooring ? Maybe a leather rug but rarely will you see a whole floor made out of leather. Let’s take it up another notch and make it out of hand crafted, “upcycled” old belts! This is definitely a cool and unique flooring idea.
Try Not To Fall!
Recently we took on a “Man Land” project consisting of 4,000 square feet of video games, arcades, and life size statues of the homeowner’s favorite movies and game characters. We loved the idea of this carpet for a section of the space. This flooring will leave you feeling off balanced and laughing at your self with its self-creating optical illusions.
Feeling puzzled on what flooring you want to use for your new nursery or kids play room? How about a fun puzzle tile? Its available in over 13 colors and also comes in an Eco-Soft and Diamond Soft tiles that are perfect for garages and home gyms.
This amazing 18’ wide, and 150’ long image covers a walkway at a Sacramento Airport. The artist behind this magical flooring is Seyed Alavi, and it depicts the aerial view of the Sacramento River as it flows to the California towns of Colusa and Chico.
Brown Paper Flooring:
Looking for a more DIY kind of unique flooring? We found that homeowners love the idea of Brown Paper Flooring! Apparently with enough coats of polyurethane it can be durable and super easy to maintain. Here is a great tutorial with step by step instructions for someone who used the brown paper flooring for her entire home at Lovely Crafty Home.