HomeTriangle Guides: The Best Flooring Ideas For Indian Homes


While traditional flooring options like marble, granite, and mosaic are unchanged, there has been a steady rise in the number of people choosing other options.

So we at HomeTriangle decided to cut short your job and bring you a list of the best flooring options for you, both in terms of its aesthetic appeal and practicality. Here are our top flooring ideas for Indian homes in 2020.

1. Granite Flooring

Granite is a naturally occurring stone and is widely used throughout India because of the wide array of color choices they provide. It stays cool for most parts of the year, making it a good choice for flooring in Indian homes. But it is important to keep in mind that floor cleaning stone sealing and Floor polishing are necessary every 5 years to ensure their durability.

2. Marble 

Marble is another naturally occurring stone that can be found throughout India. Associated with style and opulence, marble is available in a variety of colors including pink, grey, and white. The material is highly porous and fairly easy to maintain and can last more than 25 years with the right maintenance. However, because of its natural occurrence and limited availability,  marble flooring is costly and is associated mostly with the luxury lifestyle. Periodic Maintenance i.e. Marble Polishing can prevail the durability and appearance.

3. Ceramic Tile Flooring

Ceramic tile flooring is one of our favorite choices for flooring in just about any situation. It is reliable and durable if proper care is given. With regular cleaning and maintenance, ceramic tiles can last up to 20 years. And that is why it is our number 1 choice for flooring in terms of value for money.

4. Hardwood Flooring 

Hardwood Flooring has been present for a long time and we are very certain that it is going to stay for an even longer time. This is probably the most classic option when it comes to flooring. You can choose from a variety of options like maple, pecan, pine, and walnut while choosing hardwood flooring for your house. And the best thing is that hardwood floors grow dark with age which only adds to its character and rustic charm. 

5. Cement Oxide Flooring 

Cement oxide or popularly known as Red Oxide (even though it comes in green, blue, yellow, and black) has been around for ages. But it lost its popularity in the 21st century until a couple of years back due to the number of options available in the market. But we strongly believe that this style is making a comeback. In addition to being elegant, cheap, rustic, durable, and easy to maintain, they also feel cool to the touch making them an ideal flooring choice for homes in warmer climates. It quite literally ticks all our boxes.

6. Poured Concrete Flooring

Concrete floors are the most durable and strongest flooring option available in the Indian market right now. With tons of options in different colors and textures, Indian homes love this because it is damage resistant except for slight chipping and scratching due to wear and tear. 

7. Wooden Laminate 

People choose wooden laminate mainly because of its ease of installation and maintenance. Laminated wood tiles are relatively new to household flooring. It is composed of a synthetic material that simulates a wood appearance, which is then laminated. The only drawback to this flooring is that it can be very slippery when wet.

8. Mosaic

Mosaic flooring is made up of chips of granite and marble placed in concrete or similar materials. Mosaic flooring may seem like a trend of the past but the truth is that because of its ease of maintenance and durability, mosaic flooring is a great option even today. Moreover, these traditional floors have been improved to be stain-resistant and easy to maintain

9. Stone Inlay Flooring 

Stone inlay flooring is another traditional Indian flooring method predominant in many old palaces and temples throughout India. It is the perfect choice for a luxury-themed house. It can also be used in a modern house's living room to ‘glam up’ the place. Stone inlay flooring is suitable for any climate which makes it another one of our favorite flooring options.

10. Vinyl Tile Flooring

They are called resilient flooring for a reason. And the reasons are that they are flexible and soft underfoot, durable, touch, and virtually don’t need any maintenance at all. There is a multitude of options to choose from color, patterns, and texture at relatively modest costs. They are also suitable for any climate but are better suited for warmer climates as they might seem cold underfoot.



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The Best Flooring Ideas For Indian Homes

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