Bedroom Flooring Ideas in Dallas & Fort Worth

Expert Carpet and Flooring Design Consultants

For many, the bedroom is the most important part of the home. It's a place where you can relax and retreat in your own private space. When designing your bedroom, call the design consultants at Fine floors By Ed White.  

Whether you choose carpets or hardwoods, we have the selection, style, colors and area rugs you are looking for. Our flooring collection includes a variety of fine carpets and gorgeous hardwoods. We have something for everyone.

So if you are looking for an amazing selection of flooring, contact Fine Floors by Ed White to speak to one of our experienced design consultants. And we will help you find the flooring of your dreams. See all of our new flooring specials today!

Read more to decide if carpets or harwoods are right for your bedroom.

Relaxing Retreat

Two of the most popular flooring choices in the bedroom are hardwoods and carpets. Both are stylish, comfortable and reasonably priced. Which is the best flooring choice for you and your family?

Wood Special 44mo

 Consider the following factors when selecting bedroom flooring with comfort underfoot.

Flooring Services

Request a Consultation

A design consultant will be with you right away.

Fields with (*) are required.
Full Name*
Phone Number*
Email Address*

These tips will help you choose the right flooring for to create a relaxing retreat for years to come.

Comfort and Warmth

Both carpets and harwoods are comfortable, and they're good insulators, which help trap heat in the bedroom. Carpets, however, are much softer than hardwoods or any other flooring material for that matter. They're easier on your ankles and knees, and they also minimize music, chatter and footsteps with carpet's soft fibers providing a sound barrier. 


Hardwoods have a more natural feel and look, and Fine Floors By Ed White has hardwoods available in textured or smooth finishes. When polished and coated, harwood flooring can look dazzling. If you prefer a rustic look, textured or weathered flooring may be best for you. Hardwoods effectively hides scratches, dents and dirt from plain sight. Oriental area rugs also can be layered overhardwoods to match draperies and add character to any room.

While not quite as natural-looking as wood, carpeting has a charm and coziness all its own. Carpets can come in thousands of different designs and colors. Fine Floors By Ed White carries carpet from solids to intricate and artistic patterns that are pleasing to the eye. 

Cost, Maintenance and Durability

When considering the pros and cons of harwoods versus carpets for your home or business, you will want to consider cost, maintenance and durability.

Up front, hardwood looks like the more expensive choice. On a per square foot basis, it does cost more. However, properly maintained hardwood can last for decades and increases the property value of your home or business. Hardwoods age beauifully and can be cleaned easily, and maintenance is easy to do yourself. Price per inch, hardwoods are totally worth the investment over time and will increase the resale value of your home.

Carpets are more affordable per square inch. However, carpet generally has to be replaced as soon as three to five years without proper care or within 12-15 years with proper maintenace. Carpeting requires regular vacuuming, and professional steam cleaning is required every few months to remove the deep-rooted dirt, debris and allergens that accumulate in carpet fibers. But if you can't do without the comfort and warmth of carpet, call professional carpet cleaners periodically to ensure total cleanliness.

Green Flooring Choices

Volatile organic compounds (VOAs) found in the construction of carpets may not be the best choice for those with allergies. VOCs are substances that can act as allergens and trigger allergic reactions in people and pets. These substances have a much higher chance of accumulating on a carpet's fibrous surface than on wood. Hardwoods are a better eco-friendly choice for those with allergies or who are environmentally conscious. Also check out our other green flooring such as bamboo or recycled glass tile.

Harwoods are also easier to clean than carpets, making it the better flooring choice if you're conscious about dust, pet dander, allergens and moisture that can accumulate in carpet fibers and requires steam cleaning. If you prefer flooring that is easy to dust mop and wipe, hardwoods might be for you. 

Hardwood or Carpet?

Although hardwood flooring may seem to have the upper hand in many areas, that doesn't mean it's the clear winner in the bedroom. You may prefer the warmth and comfort of carpet or the layering design element of an area rug over hardwood or other flooring. At the end of the day, the best flooring choice for your bedroom should come naturally. Let the design consultants at Fine Floors By Ed White help you decide from the thousands of beautiful flooring options we offer.

Visit Our Showroom where you can see, touch and feel all of our amazing flooring samples. You can also choose our Shop At Home service, and one of our design consultants will bring flooring samples to you in the comfort of your own home. Contact Fine Floors By Ed White to inquire about our most popular flooring selections in the North Texas area.