Most homeowners don’t think about every season when they’re furnishing their summer house. If you’ve installed new flooring at any point after the warmer months, you might find that it’s far less comfortable in warmer weather the following year.
Amtico, flooring experts and specialists, have helped us create this short guide on choosing the right flooring for your summer house.
Pick a stone-based material to keep cool
If you’re wanting your summer house to be cooler than standing outside, stone flooring is an excellent choice. It keeps you much cooler and retains less heat, so direct sunlight won’t warm the room up as much as it would with conventional, heat-trapping flooring.
If you’re going to be using your summer house in winter, you might want to store a few rugs inside during summer that you can lay down as the days get colder. Stone will prevent natural heat from reaching the room as fast, making it extremely cold underfoot. [Read more…]