Cheap Flooring Ideas

When you are choosing a new floor tile for your house, kitchen or bath, you shall always do a beforehand homework. Spend some time figuring out a budget, style and new trends that go well with the room and your taste. Furthermore, to get the perfect and cheap flooring only for you, you will have to choose a tile that makes you feel comfortable. Everything is co-related, right from the texture of your living room to different bathroom flooring options.

So, before you start on your flooring project, it is mandatory that you do some research on different kinds of flooring and learn about their costs and benefits. We have listed below some of the cheap flooring ideas to consider to make you at ease, so hop on and check it out below.

Types of Cheap Flooring to Consider:

As we all know, no one type is ideal for every room. For example, hardwood is consistently popular because of its warm, classic look, but it doesn’t hold up well to moisture or rough treatment.


Solid wood has always been popular for decades. Its construction is about as simple as getting 0.75 inches thick wooden boards, and install them bu nailing them to a wooden subfloor. Solid wood comes in sizes ranging from 1.5 to 2.5 inches wide.

Wood is a renewable resource, thus cutting trees and planting new ones adds up to global warming. Wooden flooring typically costs Rs 150 – 250 per square foot. However, choosing exotic wood can cost 2 to 3 times more.

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Engineered Wood:

Engineered wood flooring looks just like solid wood, but it’s manufactured in a different way. It has a thin veneer of natural wood on top, with layers of less expensive plywood underneath, making it studier and cheaper. At the same time, some engineered wood has more stability with recycled wood fibre backing or with stone dust.

Engineered wood is comparable to solid hardwood, ranging from Rs 250-750 per square foot. Further, even the installation cost is the same as for hardwood.

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Vitrified Tiles:

One of the most popular options for those who are looking for cheaper flooring compared to stoned and hardwood. Vitrified tiles are available in a wide range of colours, finishes and prints. The tiles can even be laid out in different patterns for every room. Vitrified tiles work well for indoor areas that are prone to moisture.

The tiles have low porosity, easy to install and maintain, and durable. Vitrified tiles cost Rs100 onwards.


Kota Stone, or Limestone:

Limestone is also known as Kota Stone and is in use widely across Indian homes for both indoor and outdoor setting. Kota stones are only available in dark hues of grey, blue, brown and green. Limestone is known for bringing down temperatures in the interiors in humid areas.

They are affordable, durable and best for heavy footfall. It generally costs Rs 120 per Square foot.

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Marble is a choice for those looking to add luxury to their homes. They are available in a wide range of colours and natural patterns. Marble has high porosity and durable but needs polishing every five years to retain its beauty. Marble costs Rs 250 per square feet.



People who love colours and quirkiness, Mosaic is all you need. With being aesthetically appealing, the mosaic is also known as the strongest floorings that don’t wither out in years. Mosaic is made using concrete and marble or granite chips. It is durable, cheap and has a seamless design, and it costs Rs 100 onwards per square foot.

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One of the inexpensive counterparts of hardwood flooring, laminate works well for homes located in cold and low on moisture areas. Once installed, laminate can withstand for over a decade, but it is not suitable for areas with heavy footfall.

Laminates are inexpensive and cost Rs 150 onwards per square foot.

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We have listed out some popular as well as cheap flooring ideas that might let you decide as per your taste.

Well, to know about more such interesting ideas, Stay Tuned.

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