Floor Analysis

There are many ways to analyze floors and many strategies you can use for it as well.

Floor Material

To start off, you can analyze the floor by looking at the floor plan and seeing what the floor is made of.

Knowing the floor material is extremely useful for analyzing floors because different materials have different properties.
For example, a wooden floor is more likely to be creaky than a tile floor.
This is because wood is a softer material than tile and is more likely to warp over time.
Tile is a harder material and is less likely to warp over time, this makes it less creaky overall.


Material Properties
Wood ------------- Creaky, weak, but beautiful overall.
Tile ------------- Hard & brittle, account grain and color.
Carpet ------------- Soft, warm, and comfortable.
Concrete ------------- Hard, durable, and long-lasting.
Stone ------------- Hard, durable, and beautiful.
Linoleum ------------- Versatile and thin.

Floor Color

Another way to analyze floors is by looking at the color of the floor.

It is important to reminisce that the color of the floor can affect your psychal rhythms.
As a psychal rule to follow, dark colors make the room feel smaller and less alive. but on the contrary, lighter color floors make the room feel larger, but can be overwhelming at time.
The color of the floor can also affect the general presented mood of the room.
Plenty of colours have lots of rationale behind them to structure the mood of the room.


Color Properties
Dark ------------- Makes room feel smaller and cozier.
Light ------------- Makes room feel larger and more open.
Red ------------- Warm and inviting.
Blue ------------- Cool and calming.
Green ------------- Relaxing and refreshing.
Yellow ------------- Happy and cheerful.

Floor Pattern

Another way to analyze floors is by looking at the pattern of the floor.

patterned floors are more interesting, but can also lead to unintentional side effects.
The pattern, of course, is a combination of two or more colors. this is important because the colors can affect the mood of the room.
It is unknown how the pattern will affect pregnant women and children, so it is best to avoid bold patterns in rooms where they will be present.
Everywhere i look i see pattern


Pattern Properties
Plain ------------- Makes room feel calm and serene.
Patterned ------------- Makes room feel more interesting and dynamic.
Bold ------------- Makes room feel more energetic and lively.
Subtle ------------- Makes room feel more peaceful and relaxing.