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Carpeting is an excellent flooring option for your West Michigan home. The soft surface and cushioned under padding make walking more comfortable and falls less likely because carpeting is inherently slip resistant. Carpeting comes in a variety of colors, materials, and textures. 

Hardwood floors are extremely popular for several reasons. They look elegant, are easy to clean and maintain, and there are many varieties to choose, including Oak, Walnut, Cherry, Maple, Hickory, and more

For low maintenance, water-resistant, long-lasting, and cost-effective flooring, your ideal choice would be laminate/vinyl flooring. Not only does laminate and vinyl flooring look beautiful with many patterns and textures, it has a subtle ‘give’ that allows it to spring slightly when you walk on it so it’s comfortable underfoot.

Tile flooring is a great choice for your home because it has the widest array of options in terms of colors and textures and the ability to mix and match materials and colors, so you can create one-of-a-kind, truly unique patterns for every room. Tile floors will look beautiful for years and are very easy to clean.


Choose Straight Line Design For All Your Flooring Needs

At Straight Line Design, we’re dedicated to making your living space great, starting at the foundation. This includes top of the line flooring for your Lakeshore or West Michigan home. We offer a variety of flooring selections from hardwood all the way to carpet. Our flooring expert is here to help you choose the best fit for your home and personal needs.

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How do I know which flooring I should choose for my home?

We’ll help you determine your ideal flooring choice through our design process. As you determine the character, the cabinetry style, and the color palette of your space, we’ll be able to help you select the flooring that is best suited to your design.

How long will it take to install my new flooring?

We’ll make every effort to install your new flooring as soon as possible, but it will depend on the extent of your overall design work, material delivery, and contractor availability.