Deciding what type of floor so that your conservatoire is not a simple choice, especially if you do not know how the conservatoire will be used throughout the year.
The conservatory floor must complement the way the conservatoire will be used and this means that this will be used by young children as a playground, entertain the guests, relax, etc. Laying the stone carpet yourself – is that possible? (which is also called ‘ Steinteppich selbst verlegen geht das? ’ in German) The layout consciously loves it since it is going to add personality to all rooms.
Once you know how it will be used, you can decide more efficiently about the most appropriate floor choice.
Let’s you look more closely at a few floor options and suit the conservatories or not.
Natural stone floor covering
Natural stone floors can be a very good choice for the conservatories that face a south direction and need a floor covering alternative that helps maintain the temperature cooler.
The choice of natural stone flooring can be extremely good from a design point of view and it is also very strong and lasting, making it another choice.
One of the best aspects of this is that ground heating can be installed below, which is ideal for the winter months.
Another very popular choice is laminate flooring because it seems very similar to the traditional hardwood floor, but it is much cheaper than the real hardwood floor and very easy to maintain.
This is an excellent choice for "high traffic" areas again because the laminate soil is so difficult to scratch, damage or stain.