You want a cohesive look throughout the house when shopping for new floors. However, using the same flooring in every room may not be practical.

Some floors work better for certain areas than others, and there's also a matter of budget. But it can be done. Here's how.

What if I want hardwood throughout the house?


Solid wood has a natural beauty but can also be damaged by water. Therefore, it isn't recommended for installation in all spaces. Instead, you might combine it with engineered wood, which fares better.

Or install luxury vinyl plank


If you haven’t seen this yet, come into our flooring store. You'll see gorgeous wood, stone, and tile designs from companies like Mannington, COREtec, Michael Raskin, and more.

Sometimes referred to as LVP flooring, this is affordable, durable, and waterproof. It's ideal for wet areas like the kitchen, bath or laundry room, or any room in the house.

Photos are taken with high-definition photography, and the floor comes with depth, dimension, and textured looks. To add to the realism, it's cut into planks instead of sheets. The "planks" mimic hardwood floorboards.

Consider tile


These new floors can work in any room. Because it comes in many designs, colors, shapes, and sizes, you can have the same flooring throughout with some visual interest.

Feel free to come into our showroom to see wood, stone, and decorative designs in both porcelain and ceramic. But, for extra durability, think about porcelain.

Let’s get you into our flooring company


At Interior Trend, we know just how challenging any remodeling can be. So we'll stay with you from start to finish to help you find the right flooring from brands like Mirage or Happy Floors.

Visit us today in Blue Bell, PA. No job is too big or small for us! We work with homeowners and businesses in Doylestown, Montgomeryville, Newtown, Gladwyne, Villanova, and Buckingham.