Low-maintenance laminate flooring offers an enormous variety of styles, colors and patterns. It's similar to engineered wood in that a top wear layer is backed by layers of plywood or compressed fiber backing that is extremely stable. The big difference is that the top layer is not real wood but a plastic coating applied over a photograph. The photo-realism technology that’s used produces look-alike finishes indistinguishable from real wood and other materials such as stone, ceramic tile, even stained concrete.
Mint green walls encompass the laminate flooring, wood-treated dresser, metallic wall hangings and neutral bed with layered throw pillows of this country bedroom. The soothing color scheme and plush, layered bedding create the perfect feel for this cozy bedroom.
After a one-week redesign, this master bedroom received a major overhaul with a bright blue paint job and a stylish collection of varied patterns and prints. To lighten and brighten the room, the worn carpet was replaced with a whitewashed wood laminate floor.
This traditional hallway features reclaimed wood flooring and transom windows that help with air flow in the home's four bedrooms. A central stairway connects all three floors of this fully restored Brooklyn townhouse.
This traditional bedroom in gray tones boasts a statement wall in muted damask, floor-to-ceiling drapery and hardwood flooring. The space is completed with bright red hues from the drapery and diamond-tufted chaise.
Traditional Neutral Bedroom With Beautiful White Bed
Pops of sea foam green and beachy, coral-patterned pillows infuse this traditional bedroom with coastal style. Neutral sisal flooring and white furnishings ensure the space is a soothing escape for its occupants.
Neutral Traditional Bedroom With Three-Way Fireplace
This three-way fireplace elegantly provides a division between the sleeping and sitting areas of this traditional bedroom suite. Diagonally-installed hardwood flooring and dark wood crown molding add dimenstion to the large space.
Beautiful Brown Tones in Traditional Master Bedroom
A vaulted ceiling with exposed beams perfectly complements the traditional design of this dreamy master bedroom. Shades of brown provide warm contrast against the creamy neutral walls and light hardwood floors.
Transitional Master Bedroom With Dark Wood Furniture
Although this master bedroom boasts traditional architecture and classic pieces, clean, simple lines update the design for a transitional look. Dark furniture and rich wood floors provide pleasing contrast against the room's light walls.
This master bedroom combines antiques with contemporary wall and floor coverings to create a unique, eclectic room. The mix of contemporary of fabric on pillows with traditional furniture makes for a fresh, updated look.
This traditional master bedroom features a neutral color scheme, bamboo window and door shades and brown and white plaid curtains. A reading nook with a floor lamp and brown floral armchair provide the perfect space for relaxing.