Flooring Los Angeles

Tile, Laminate, Engineered Hardwood, Solid Hardwood and more!

Great Selection

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Bathroom flooring and kitchen flooring unlimited variety


The best flooring brands in the industry to ensure that you receive products that can last for years to come


Our flooring store has everything you need for your floor renovation ideas

Our showroom at Polaris Home Design is over 10,000 square feet and is filled with products for you to choose from. Part of that display is flooring for the home. We also have all types of flooring for remodeling your kitchen and your bathroom.

Our flooring choices range from solid wood, engineered wood, laminate, vinyl, tile and more. These options come in a multitude of finishes and are on display for you to browse through.

Our professional experts in flooring are always on hand to help you make the right choice for your home; one you’ll be happy with for many years to come.

Bathroom Flooring Kitchen Flooring
Solid Woof Flooring Engineered Wood Flooring
Laminate Flooring Tile Flooring


Get it done right with our pro installers. Our experienced staff provides fast installations while maintaining quality and a clean job site.


We now offer stone fabrication for your kitchen and bathroom projects saving you the hassle of dealing with multiple companies.

Experienced Support

Our team of professionals can help you with guidance for your DIY project, or provide specifications and details to your contractor.

Free Estimates

Come to our showroom with a rough sketch of your renovation idea and we will get you a free estimate for your project.


Visit our bathroom & kitchen showroom in Los Angeles for bathroom and kitchen flooring today


11921 Sherman Way
North Hollywood, CA 91605

Working Hours

Mon-Fr: 8:30am – 6:00pm
Sat: 10:00am – 5:00pm
Sun: Closed

Phone Number

Phone: (818) 759-5615
Fax: (818) 759 5602


Choose the right flooring among solid wood, tile, laminate, engineered wood and more options in our store.

Choosing the right flooring for your home can be a bit overwhelming. That’s why we have design experts to help you because you must combine what is your personal taste with what’s practical for your lifestyle when choosing a floor. This is a product that you’ll be walking and standing on; as well as having kids spilling drinks and playing on with their toys. So, you need something that’s durable, but that you can be satisfied with for many years. Not only is your floor a part of the design statement that you’re trying to make, but it’s a major investment as well. And here at Polaris Home Design, we can help you with that choice.

Kitchen Flooring

A kitchen floor must be not only practical, but also durable. It has lots of traffic ranging from walking adults, to children and pets scampering on it. Additionally, when you choose a kitchen floor, it affects all the other design features in your kitchen. There are so many flooring designs, colors and textures to choose from that your choices are almost limitless though within the realm of flooring. So what is a key question to ask when picking out flooring. “Will I be satisfied with this color choice for years to come?” Believe it or not, the right choice in everything else means little if you dislike the color.

Bathroom Flooring

When deciding on a choice for a new bathroom floor, that choice depends a lot on your needs. For a heavy traffic area, tile or stone is an excellent choice. On the other hand, ceramic tile has the availability of assorted colors and durability. For an Old-World Look, limestone is a porous material and a natural stone. However, it does need to be sealed when it’s installed and then twice a year afterwards. If you like noise reduction try cork. It’s water-resistant, but it needs a top coat of polyurethane because it’s not waterproof. It comes in a variety of colors. Last, vinyl or resilient flooring has a wide variety of colors and styles.

Solid Wood Flooring

Solid hardwood flooring can add beauty and a sense of richness to your home. Wood floors are durable and easy to care for with a quality and style that never passes. With proper care, a hardwood floor can last for at least 50 years, which is one reason for its popularity. Hardwood floors can be installed in most rooms except in areas which are prone to moisture such as a full bathroom or a basement. You can buy hardwood flooring in parquet squares, narrow strips or wide planks. All three of the styles range in thickness from 5/16 to ¾ inch and are either unfinished or prefinished.

Engineered Wood Flooring

This flooring is created by bonding several layers of hardwood together. It has the same richness and warmth of a hardwood floor as well as coming in a variety of wood species, color options and styles. It can be used in a guest bath or powder room, but it’s not recommended for a bathroom with heavy traffic. The flooring is planks that snap together and then float on foam rubber underlayment. Also, there isn’t any gluing or nailing, so installation is fast and neat. In addition, most of the time the flooring can be laid over the existing flooring if it’s flat, hard and in good condition.

Laminate Wood Flooring

Laminate flooring is used when you want the look of a wood floor, but not the cost. This flooring resembles the texture, grain and color of wood. Additionally, laminate can be used for a bathroom because a soggy towel or a tough stain doesn’t faze it though there is a chance of possible water damage from tub splash-overs. But when sealed and installed professionally, those worries are taken care of though it is best to always to talk a reliable expert about its suitability. Laminate flooring has a variety of textures and comes in matte or glossy coating. It also is available planks or strips which look like wood; or squares which look like tiles.

Tile Flooring

When you use tile flooring instead of hardwood or carpeting, this gives you an opportunity for different design options. Tile is also used on floors other than kitchens and bathrooms because of both its durability and the fact that it repels moisture. For elegance in the living room, polished porcelain or a natural stone tile can be used. The latest rage is a faux wood porcelain tile that’s now showing up in living rooms, kitchen and bedrooms. For the best results, you should talk to our tile specialist though and visit our showroom where our choices of tile are on display.
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