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Entryway Flooring: What are your options?

May 12, 2016 03:22PM ● By Erica Shames

There's no getting away from tracking mother nature's messiness into your entryway, especially this time of year. But you can be prepared by choosing the best flooring options for this important part of your home.

An entryway is bound to endure a lot of foot traffic, dirt, mud and moisture. For this reason, the well-used space requires a floor that is durable, easy-to-clean and naturally water-resistant. Tile, vinyl and laminate flooring are three great options for an entryway, fitting both the practicality bill and offering style. With today's advances in technology, vinyl and laminate floors can mimic the look and even feel of natural hardwood, ceramic or stone. Throw tile in the mix, and you have an expansive and varied selection of entryway flooring guaranteed to fit nearly any design style.

Pulling inspiration from two beautiful entryway interiors, these flooring palettes  each include a tile, vinyl and laminate option. Continue reading for specifics on the products, as well as general information on the three flooring types. You just might learn something new!

FInalFinalInteriors By: Sims Hilditch;Studio McGee

FEATURED PRODUCTS - Are available through Oberdorf Carpet One Floor and Home Click the links below to view additional details.

TILE: Franciscan Slate Tile by Bel Terra in Coastal Azul & Continental Slate Floor Field Tile by Bel Terra in Asian Black

VINYL: Earthscapes Platinum Dahlia Vinyl in Color 997 & Vance Coburg Vinyl in Bobcat Tan

LAMINATE: Elkins Hall by Laminate For Life in Antique Brown & Tanglewood by Laminate For Life in Iron Gate

LEARN MORE -  Visit Oberdorf's Carpet One Floor & Home's Flooring Simplified, your guide to tile, vinyl and laminate flooring.

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