Vintage loft floor accents are made from just about any materials imaginable. Some of the favorite types of flooring trim installed in one-bedroom apartments or upper floors involve the integration of multiple materials and textures.
For instance, you could create the smooth finished marble look or you can try for a rougher stone style. You can try solid color or print. Whatever you prefer, it can be fun to include trimmings and fixtures like the ones made during the Classic, Victorian, Modern, or Renaissance Eras to accentuate the room where the new floor will be placed. Lofts look great with wood floors, and you can use laminate if you’re on a budget, or get beautiful reclaimed plank flooring for a vintage look. Tiling is another direction you can take, and you can choose from tons of materials, including ceramic and marble. Some designers are even using glass flooring, and finished concrete is increasingly popular as well.
Additionally, you can mix and match different area rug patterns and coordinate them just right to create about any kind of interior display you want. Your room decor can be all antique or it can all be modern or it can be a little of both. The choice is yours when planning all your interior design schemes, including what kinds of floor accents you will install.
When you incorporate many different materials in into your loft design, you present a unique look to the world. This is your form of self-expression and it tells the world that this is your living space and this is who you are. You can never run out of ideas when planning a design for a new room or even when remodeling an entire home.