Our Custom San Diego Flooring Designs: Medallions, Inlays and Patterns

Posted on 03/19/2013 in Flooring Blogs

Adding some detail to a floor will create dimension and visual interest to space, and will lend it an upscale look. With flooring designs and details you can make an inexpensive look like million bucks — or bring out the true, luxurious beauty of high end materials. Flooring designs and patterns are an ideal way to add some extra customization and give a room that extra touch of sophistication and style.

Choosing to have your flooring installed in a pattern or with a design is a great way to boost visual appeal with minimal extra expense. The great news is that SD Flooring offers a variety of flooring patterns and designs they can incorporate to your San Diego flooring installation. Visit an SD Flooring Center & Design showroom, and a flooring design specialist will be able to show you different styles and examples of flooring patterns, which include:

Floor Medallions

Carefully placed, floor medallions can be a design element that creates a big impact with little expense. Because a flooring medallion is limited to a small space, it can incorporate intricate designs or deluxe materials without a great cost. Flooring medallions can be artful, eye-catching pieces of craftsmanship that expertly show off the natural beauty of every flooring material, from marble to teak. Whatever type of flooring you’re looking at, SD Flooring can design a tile or wood floor medallion that will coordinate wonderfully.

Flooring Inlays & Borders

Floor medallions are technically a type of flooring inlay, but there are many other styles that can be created using this great technique. Inlays and flooring borders offer the same cost-effective benefits as a medallion, allowing you to add the specialized materials you love without paying for the full square footage. Tile accents and wood floor inlays are a favorite choice for entryways, floor borders, or in smaller spaces like hallways or bathrooms.

Tile Floor Patterns

Patterned tile floors can be achieved by arranging tiles in interesting ways, or by alternating different sizes, styles or colors of tile. With a complete range of tile floors, SD Flooring also offers the ability to create tile floor designs and patterns that will take any tile floor choice to the next level — from humble ceramic to premium marble. The tile floor installers at SD Flooring will carefully lay out your tile floor pattern for style that will last. Ask one of our specialists to see examples of tile floor patterns, which include:

  • Mosaic tile floors
  • Versailles pattern
  • Running bond pattern
  • Checkered tile floor
  • Basketweave tile
  • Herringbone tile floor

Wood Flooring Patterns

Those who want to get the most out of their San Diego hardwood floors should consider having SD Flooring install a pattern. Wood flooring patterns will turn the wood’s subtle grain and place it in a design that highlights the natural depth and beauty of your wood flooring choice. And like the other flooring designs featured, this is a cost-effective way to create more style without adding much cost.

SD Flooring can install many wood floor designs, including:

  • Herringbone wood floor
  • Wood floor designs
  • Parquet wood flooring
  • Strip flooring
  • Overlay flooring

Contact SD Flooring today to learn more about our San Diego flooring design and installation services.



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