Best Flooring For Your Master Bedroom

By June 24, 2019floors and interiors

Your bedroom is the most personal room in your home. You should design it to be welcoming and cozy. When it comes to the flooring, it should complement your style, be comfortable for bare feet, and be durable enough to last for years.

There are nearly endless amounts of options when it comes to choosing the flooring for your master bedroom. Each one comes with it’s pros and cons. It really comes down to your personal preference in terms of aesthetics, functionality, and budget. Here are some of the most popular types of flooring used in master bedrooms, along with pros and cons of each.



Carpet is warm and soft, making it one of the top choices for master bedrooms. It is incredibly versatile, as there are hundreds of colors, cuts and patterns to choose from. It also is sound dampening and helps to insulate your room, providing increased temperature control. 


Carpets trap dust, debris and other allergens in their fibers. Without regular cleaning these can lead to unhealthy air quality.

Hardwood Flooring


Nearly everyone agrees that hardwood flooring is the most elegant type of floor. The beautiful colors add a level of warmth and depth that enhance the aesthetic of nearly every room. They are easy to clean and give your bedroom a feeling of elegance.


One of the most common issues is that hardwood can be more expensive than other types of flooring. It can also get scraped if you have chairs in your bedroom, or if you’re not careful with your bedposts. 

Laminate Flooring


Laminate flooring is a budget friendly alternative to hardwood. It looks just like hardwood, but is actually particle board covered in a photograph of wood, stone or another type of flooring. It is cost-effective, easy to install and incredibly versatile.


Laminate is not quite as durable as hardwood, carpet or other types of flooring. It can scrape relatively easily or buckle if it gets water damage.

If you have any questions about what type of flooring you should use in your master bedroom, give the professionals at Naffco a call at (813) 254-4066, or stop by one of our 3 locations to talk to an expert.