In years gone by, a conservatory was invented so people could enjoy more sunlight while spending time at home. Now more people than ever use their conservatory to relax, work, and dine. Regardless of how you choose to use your conservatory space, we have a wide range of flooring options perfect for every application at Frank’s!
Depending on the type of look you want to achieve and how you intend to utilise your conservatory space, this will determine which flooring is most suitable.
There are many types of flooring available at your local Frank’s suitable for a conservatory, so it’s important to fully consider which would suit your room best.
Carpet for conservatories
Carpet can help make a conservatory feel cosy and relaxing, so this can be a good choice if that’s what you intend your conservatory to be used for.
It is popular amongst many to choose a neutral colour carpet to give a modern and clean appearance. At Frank’s, we have the very best selection of neutral carpet in a range of styles, colours and pile types.
Our friendly in-store carpet experts are on-hand to help when or if you need them!
Laminate flooring for conservatories
Laminate flooring is a great choice for conservatories because it is easy to maintain. This means that when the kids and their muddy shoes or the dogs’ muddy paws come in from being outside, it is a much more manageable material to upkeep than carpet.
Laminate floors also never fail to look modern and fresh, which is always a popular look when designing a liveable conservatory. This flooring material is also cost effective and versatile, with endless colours and design options available to choose from at Frank’s.
Hardwood flooring for conservatories
Hardwood flooring is a controversial material for application in a conservatory, due to the conditions this type of room typically experiences. However it is possible to regulate the temperature in your conservatory to prevent the wood contracting and expanding.
What to consider when choosing the right flooring
- Will you be able to regulate the temperature/heat in the room?
- Will there be a door leading into the garden, which could result in dirt being carried in?
- How are you planning on using your conservatory space?
- What type of looking are you hoping to achieve?
- What is your budget for flooring?
- What type of room will your conservatory be joined to?
- Will your conservatory be a sun trap?
So, pop down to your local Frank’s and we’ll be happy to help you find the perfect flooring for your conservatory!