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Hallway flooring and entrance flooring generally gets a large amount of foot traffic leading off into other rooms, whether it be living areas, kitchen, or bedrooms. 

Luxury vinyl and hybrid flooring is the best option for hallway or entrance flooring. These designs are highly durable and feature scratch and stain resistance - perfect for these high-traffic areas. You can also put a mat at door entrances to help prevent mud, dirt and debris getting into the home so you can protect your floors and keep them looking newer for longer. 

Find the best flooring for your hallway

At Armstrong Flooring, we have a range of different hallway and entrance flooring options to suit your style. Our flooring brings together style and functionality, being family-friendly and easy to keep clean. 

Explore our collections including Chesterfield 2.0, Kingswood Select Oak, Kingswood 1.5 and Kingswood Australis. Available in light, mid and dark tones, you’re sure to find a flooring solution that will suit your space. There’s also a range of styles to choose from. Our Kingswood 1.5 comes in authentic hardwood designs. The Chesterfield 2.0, on the other hand, comes in both modern and classic timber designs. Plus, all the flooring in these collections are easy to maintain and family-friendly. 

Curious to see how the flooring will look in your space? Use our room visualiser tool below or get inspired with hallway and entrance flooring ideas on our blog.

Hallway Flooring FAQ

What is the best flooring to have in a hallway?

The hallway can be a high foot-traffic area, so the best flooring will be something that is durable and features scratch and stain resistance. Look for a floor covering like a luxury vinyl or hybrid flooring, that are known to be durable and long-lasting.

What flooring makes a hallway look bigger?

Like light coloured walls, lighter tone floors are a popular hallway flooring idea to make the space look bigger. Lighter tones are known to reflect more light and create a sense of spaciousness, especially in smaller areas. You can always complement your flooring with a rug to add some texture and depth to your space. 

Is vinyl good for a hallway?

When it comes to ideas for hallway flooring, you can’t go past luxury vinyl. These floors are known to be durable and low maintenance, making them a great choice for an entrance or hallway. 

Room Visualiser

Take the guesswork out of choosing your new floor. Our room visualiser is designed to help you visualise our floors in your home.