What Laminate Flooring Textures Are Available?

Sep 11, 2021 | Laminate | 0 comments

What Laminate Flooring Textures Are Available?

What Laminate Flooring Textures Are Available?

Laminate flooring textures can feel very different underfoot.

There are five primary categories of laminate flooring textures and help out with creating the dream appearance you have for your home. They are:

  • Wooden Textured Flooring
  • Handscraped Laminate Flooring
  • Brushed Laminate Flooring
  • Laminate Wood Flooring — Oiled
  • High Gloss Piano Finish

It’s worth paying a great deal of attention to the texture of laminate when you’re considering buying laminate flooring.

The style will have a huge effect on the appearance of your home as well as the feel of it beneath the soles of your feet.

They can be extremely subtle in appearance or harsh and sharp.

Broadloom can install all varieties of textures, so make sure to check out our main service page once you’ve made your decision.

Wooden Texture Flooring

Wooden laminate flooring textures give you the greatest range of texture options.

If you’re ever in any doubt as to how to categorise a particular laminate flooring texture type, it can easily be added under the wooden textured laminate flooring heading.

It comes in a variety of textures that can vary greatly.

They can have deep grooves and ridges or shallow.

Others might be hard to miss, others so soft and subtle that they pass by without notice.

Wood grains and finishes come under this category.

Handscraped Laminate Flooring

Handscraped laminate flooring texture is one of the most popular among our customers because it has the closest appearance with natural wood flooring.

When you run your hand over it, you will feel the same knots and grooves as real wood.

The benefit of laminate wood flooring though is you can choose the kind of pattern you want rather than putting up with however the wood grew in nature.

Some hand-scraped textures are deep, others more shallow, while others come in various colours and patterns.

Brushed Laminate Flooring

Brushed laminate flooring texture gets its name from how it looks — as if it’s been brushed by a wire scourer.

It’s another very popular texture and suits those with an eye toward vintage or rustic homes.

The worn-out and aged look actually can make a room look ageless as it’s often chosen to decorate older villas and bungalows.

Oiled Laminate Wood Flooring

Laminate wood flooring texture that has the appearance of it being oiled is for those looking for a more modern natural wood look.

The laminate is shining and bright and directly mimics hardwood flooring that is both well-tended and well-maintained.

It can give your home a warm and sophisticated look and can work in virtually any room — whether it’s for the front room, bedroom, or dining room.

High Gloss Wood Finish

High gloss piano finish texture is the best texture to pursue if you’re after shiny and reflective surfaces.

Like highly polished piano lids, this finish doesn’t have a strong texture.

There are no ridges or indentations.

These laminate floors are most suitable for those who want a highly sophisticated and modern flooring style.

Maintenance can be a huge challenge for this variety of texture because they can easily become scuffed and dirty.

Finger and footprints smudge them easily so they need to be cleaned regularly.

Interested in laminate floors and their potential health benefits? Check out our article.

Call us for a free consultation or check out our services page for more information.

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