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Transform your space with new flooring from The Home Depot. Whether you are looking for carpet for the family room, vinyl plank flooring for the entryway, tile for the kitchen or hardwood floors throughout the house – we have you covered with high quality flooring options for every room. Shop online or in store for the latest on-trend flooring styles that are just right for your home and budget.

Flooring for Living Areas

When choosing flooring for your living area or family room, you have many options based on your preferences for look, feel and function. You never have to sacrifice style for comfort. For timeless appeal in both traditional and contemporary homes, nothing stands out like the texture and rich colors of beautiful solid hardwood floors. With proper care, hardwood floors will continue to look their best for years to come. First, determine the wood species that complements your design style. Top choices include birch, hickory, red oak and white oak flooring. If solid hardwood floors are not your choice, there’s always engineered hardwood flooring. Engineered hardwood floors are made from layers of hardwood and plywood, while solid hardwood floors are simply solid wood. Our engineered and waterproof wood flooring are strong enough to handle the high traffic of the living room and resilient enough to install in the kitchen or bath. For sophisticated design with environmental responsibility in mind, consider bamboo flooring or cork flooring. Both offer natural beauty and are easy to clean and maintain.

Another more affordable, DIY-friendly option is laminate wood flooring. Laminate gives you the appearance and warmth of hardwood flooring for a fraction of the cost. Choose from a variety of colors, including gray, dark brown and tan. Waterproof laminate flooring stands up to everyday spills and resists scratches and dents.

For busy homes with children and pets, consider vinyl flooring. Now, don’t get this confused with old-fashioned vinyl flooring. Vinyl has come a long way over the years. Today’s vinyl flooring is stylish, affordable, easy to clean and simple to install. For larger areas, consider vinyl sheet flooring. In smaller rooms, or anywhere you want to make a statement, go for one of our trendy vinyl plank flooring options. Take your pick from a variety of luxury vinyl plank styles, including wood-look and stone-look flooring. Plus, with time and effort-saving features like click-lock installation, it’s clear why luxury vinyl plank has become a top choice among DIYers in recent years.

While trends come and go, carpet remains a tried-and-true option, especially for living rooms and bedrooms. Who doesn’t like to step out of bed onto a nice, warm carpet or rug? And there are few things more relaxing than lounging in front of the fireplace on a plush, new carpet. If you’re looking to add some flair to your floors, check out our selection of decorative patterned carpet styles. Whatever textures and features are at the top of your list, The Home Depot has you covered with plenty of soft, durable – and even pet-friendly – carpet choices in beautiful colors and styles both in-store and online.

Kitchen Flooring

When selecting the best flooring for your kitchen, you’ll want something that’s durable, versatile and easy to clean. Resilient flooring and waterproof vinyl flooring are always good choices. As a bonus, they’re typically easier on the wallet. Remember, while it’s important to choose kitchen flooring that’s practical, there’s no reason to sacrifice style in the process.

Tile remains a classic, clean-looking, water-resistant option for many rooms, especially bathrooms and kitchens. Tile is available in a nearly endless amount of styles, patterns, sizes and colors, too. Tile is very versatile. Sure, kitchen and shower floor tiles offer the looks and performance homeowners have counted on for generations. Tile can also be used to create striking, decorative kitchen backsplashes. You may wish to use different types of tile for floors than you do for a backsplash. For instance, you may want a tile with texture on the floors, while you might opt for a smooth, glass tile for your backsplash. Here’s where you can really show your creativity. Choose a timeless, subway tile backsplash or go bold with eye-catching hexagon tiles. Add unique styling and intricate design with any of our mosaic tiles, made from stone, glass, porcelain and more. Complete your tile project with grout, grout sealer, caulk and trim. Luxury vinyl tile (LVT) is another popular, easy-to-install flooring solution. Choose interlocking or peel-and-stick varieties. And talk about convenient…most LVT can be installed over existing surfaces including tile, wood, concrete and vinyl.

Area Rugs & More

In areas of the home that have hard surface flooring, an area rug can do a lot to warm up a space as well as lessen sound. We have rugs for every room and every need, including washable rugs for indoors and out. Each rug size and shape from 5x7 rugs, to the larger 8x10 rugs or even more expansive 9x12 rugs and circular-shaped round rugs add interesting accents and decor refreshes to any space.

Greet guests with a fun, colorful welcome mat or outdoor rug. Indulge yourself in the lush softness of a sheepskin rug or add texture with a jute rug. With so many colors, sizes and materials to choose from, you’re sure to find the vibe you’re looking for in no time.

The Home Depot really is your one-stop shop for all your flooring needs. From hardwood flooring and carpet to luxury vinyl plank and laminate flooring, we have you covered. We also offer a large selection of porch, patio and outdoor options, including artificial turf to spruce up all kinds of outdoor spaces. Transform your garage with the right garage flooring. Whether you are creating a workout space with gym flooring, creating a cool mancave, or using your garage to change the oil on weekends, you’ll find durable garage rolls and interlocking mats that you can easily install yourself. If you want to let us to do it for you, consult one of our flooring installation specialists. Go online or call your nearest store to schedule a measure.