Be floored by Harvey Norman

Floating floors can be softened by a rug.

Floating flooring is becoming more and more popular as people turn to this hardwood alternative for a long lasting, modern aesthetic.

Flooring proprietor at Harvey Norman Fountain Gate, Emad Moannes, and his team are the experts when it comes to advice on floating floors, carpets and rugs.

Mr Moannes said there had been huge innovation in floating flooring in the last decade with manufacturers now offering products that are durable, look fantastic and are easy to maintain at price points to suit all budgets.

“There are plenty of colours and brands in the floating floor board space which are new and exciting“ Mr Moannes said.

“Most people like floating floors in their entry and living areas, with more traditional carpet in the bedrooms. However, I have had customers who have opted for floating floors throughout their entire home.“

Customers have three options when it comes to floating floors – timber, hybrid or laminate.

With the timber option the wood is sourced domestically and the boards manufactured overseas.

Hybrid boards look just like timber and come in a huge range of colours. They can even be laid over the top of ceramic tiles, subject to the condition of the tiles.

Laminate flooring, which gives a natural timber look, is cost effective and durable. It is available in a wide range of colours and grains.

To soften a floating floor and add warmth, Mr Moannes suggests an eye-catching rug from the Harvey Norman range. Whether your taste is modern or traditional, Harvey Norman has a rug at a price and size to suit.

And if you opt for carpet in the bedrooms, the team at Harvey Norman can discuss your needs and guide you through the selection and installation process.

Visit the team at Harvey Norman Fountain Gate for their expert technical advice so that your floors are a practical, stylish foundation for the rest of your home.