Create A Farmhouse Aesthetic with Vinyl

Create A Farmhouse Aesthetic with Vinyl

Since COVID began months ago, home remodeling has boomed. It has brought new exteriors and interiors, including color updates, decor, and even floor replacement. If you’re in the remodeling spirit and looking for a more farmhouse aesthetic in your home, we can help. One of the biggest and easiest ways to transform your space is through the flooring; here’s why.

Farmhouse and Vinyl

Farmhouse style is known for its warmth and simplicity, typically characterized by natural textures and materials. Common elements found in farmhouse homes include reclaimed wood, barnboard details, wrought iron, wide plank floors, and vintage accessories. An easy way to incorporate reclaimed wood into your home is through your flooring. Reclaimed and barn wood are not the easiest to come by, which is why alternatives are good. Hardwood is a more natural-looking floor but not the easiest to upkeep. On the other hand, vinyl flooring can create the same aesthetic with easy maintenance. Luxury vinyl replicates the look and feel of natural wood without the large commitment.

Luxury vinyl is one of the easiest floors to clean, therefore extending its longevity. Not only that, but it’s moisture, stain, and abrasion-resistant as well. It’s durability and wear-resistant make it a great flooring option for high traffic areas. Suggested areas for luxury vinyl include kitchens, living rooms, laundry rooms, and playrooms. Different colors, styles, and patterns ensure it will match any farmhouse style you want to create. Some of the most popular colors include different stains like weathered, rustic, dark wash, whitewash, charcoal, and grey wash. You can find these stains and more through brands like Nouveax, Knoas, Tarkett, and Congoleum. All of these brands and more are found at your local Edward’s Carpet stores.

At Edward’s Carpet, we carry a variety of brands and flooring styles to meet the needs of your home. We have a plethora of luxury vinyl flooring options to match your farmhouse aesthetic. To learn more, you can visit us online here or visit one of our four stores in Creve Couer, Ellisville, Des Peres, and St. Charles!