My Basket Basket

You have no items in your shopping basket.

0116 2741050
Monday - Friday 8am - 5:30pm | Saturday 9am - 1pm

Hallway Flooring Choices

When thinking about hallway flooring choices, you will want to consider quite a few things.  Firstly, the hallway is the entrance to your home, so you will want a stunning and memorable floor to welcome people in.  Secondly, the floor that you choose will need to be hardwearing, especially as a hallway is one of the busiest areas of your home.  Finally, you will, more than likely, want a floor that is easy to keep clean.

Parquet Block Oak Flooring in a hallway

What are the best hallway flooring choices?

As already mentioned, the best choices for a hallway floor would be something that is durable, easy to look after, matches your décor and will offer a stunning entrance to your home. A wooden floor is a great, timeless, and effortlessly elegant floor.  Engineered wood is versatile, making it great for a hallway.  Engineered plank flooring will give you a classic feel to your hall.  Whereas, if you are looking for a wow factor, why not opt for parquet block or chevron flooring.

The beauty of choosing engineered wooden flooring for your hallway is that it can last a lifetime if looked after properly.  The neutral colours of Oak will complement any style of décor.  Or alternatively, choose a stained or smoked floor to give you a richer tone and colour contrast.  You will find that Oak flooring is really easy to look after.  Simply sweep on a daily basis and clean once a week (more often if needed).  We would recommend using a doormat at entrance doors and remove outdoor footwear before walking on the floor.

If you are looking for something a bit different, why not check out bamboo flooring?  Strand woven bamboo is over twice as hard as Oak flooring and is available in a wide range of colours and styles.

Bamboo flooring in a hallway and on the staircase

Top tips

  • Choose a floor that matches your décor
  • Find something that is easy to keep clean and look after
  • You will want a durable and hard-wearing floor
  • Using a doormat and removing footwear can really help to cut down on the cleaning!


Visit our sister site