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You shouldn’t have to close the door to your bathroom

We believe that the bathroom can be the cornerstone to your home, so you should consider these important factors before selecting your flooring and tile.


Bathroom remodeling can be fun and highly rewarding, but there will be many decisions regarding function, style, and practicality.
One of the most important decisions you’ll face is choosing the basis of the space: the flooring. The material you choose will become a major focal point of your bathroom, and will undoubtedly see the most use.


More than any other room in the house, in the bathroom the floor needs to be able to withstand an abundance of moisture. You’ll need to anticipate the potential for more than an occasional drip here or there when considering the type of material you lay — overflowing toilets or children splashing in a full tub will quickly deteriorate flooring such as laminate or wood, which will absorb water, causing it to bubble and swell.

The only way to repair these types of flooring is to remove them completely, so it’s wise to invest in a water proof material such as stone, tile, or vinyl. A waterproof material will save you headaches, and a good quality material can add substantial value to your home.

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Separate from water resistance, the durability of your floor will make the difference in whether or not your bathroom will stand the test of time. Cork tiles or linoleum flooring are not made to last indefinitely, and will show wear sooner than other, tougher materials, especially in heavily trafficked areas.

Any type of abrasive items or materials —cleaning agents, high heels, or other sharp objects can wear through the protective finish, or cut straight through, leaving you with a floor that is scratched, dull, or no longer impervious to water. On the other hand, if you go with a tile or concrete, while decidedly tougher to damage, they can chip or crack if objects fall on to the floor, leaving you with an unsafe floor, that will require costly repair.

Your Kitchen matters

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Families often spend more time in the kitchen than they do in any other room of the home. So it makes sense to consider the style, maintenance, and colour of your floors


The flooring you choose for your kitchen should complement your units and worktop, so either go for a coordinating look with a material that matches your worktop, or create contrast.

To coordinate, go for materials in the same finish (matt or gloss) and match the colours as closely as possible. Choose a material that can be used for both worktops and floors, or match, say, a walnut floor to a rich brown stone or composite worktop.

For contrast, choose different finishes in the same colour or different colours in the same finish. Team a pale matt worktop with dark matt flooring, for example. You could even contrast both, such as a matt slate floor with a polished white granite worktop.

Whatever you choose, bear in mind that kitchens are a long-term investment so make sure you won’t tire of the finishes or colours that you choose.


Some flooring needs regular resealing and treating with specialist products. It’s a good idea to consider whether you’ll have time to maintain your kitchen floor or whether you’d prefer an easy-care material that you can sweep, mop and then forget about.

Don’t be afraid to mix up materials in an open plan kitchen space. You could use durable, easy-clean flooring in cooking zones and softer vinyl, laminate or wood in living and dining spaces.

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Colour Balance

Balance and contrast the colors of your cabinets, flooring and counters in the kitchen for a harmonious design. Two of three of these components should have the same tone or accent color. Dark, glazed kitchen cabinets with a light-colored countertop need a dark-colored floor for balance or a medium-toned floor that has a dark grain to match the cabinet glaze.This helps ground the design and keeps it from getting top heavy. If the cabinets and countertop have lighter tones instead, include a darker-colored floor that has the same tone as the other areas to counter and balance the rest of the design.


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We have a variety of products perfect for your home

The living room is a shared space for your family and guests, we want to sharesome design tips with you when selecting the right flooring for your home.


When choosing living room flooring it is important to remember that the style of the material is going to influence the décor of the entire room. Any furnishings which you choose for the space will have to coordinate with that material in style and aesthetics in order to feel appropriate in the room.

Rustic materials such as natural hardwoods or slate tile are going to create a rugged feeling in the living room. On the other hand, softer flooring options such as carpet or cork are going to create a more modern look.


The power of color to influence the human subconscious has been well documented by psychologists.

With living room flooring, it is important to choose colors that create a sense of comfort. You want to try and stay away from extreme hues that may be irritating over long-term exposure. Instead strive for gentle, moderate colors that are easy on the eyes.

Browns, tans, grays and amber hues all evoke a sense of security and hearth which can be particularly pleasing in a living room flooring installation.

White and off-white tiles will create a sense of space. Darker colors and multi-colors can help to center a large area but may seem busy if your living room is particularly tiny.

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We have a variety of hardwood flooring that you can check out at our online store. Click the link below for more information.


The way your flooring feels is going to be an important part of the ambiance of the entire space. Traditionally living room flooring has tended to be soft with materials such as carpet and cork being very popular.

In modern designs, many living rooms will feature hard surface materials such as natural stone, brick, or concrete. This is often contrasted with the use of throw rugs and area rugs which can break the austere surface of rougher underfoot materials.


enhance the look of your home

We can help you determine the best flooring option for your upcoming home renovation. Below is some information to help you understand why the choice of your flooring matters.



Living space

Let us help you create a comfortable and luxurious living space

Style, colour and texture all matter when selecting the perfect flooring for your living room. We care that your home looks as beautiful as possible.

The Kitchen

Have your kitchen look as if it could be featured in a magazine

The kitchen is often the busiest room in the house and is the centerpiece in every home. We make sure your tiles as aesthetically attractive as the rest of your home. Explore our style tips for fresh ideas for the best kitchen wall and floor tiles.


Make your private space your favourite place

The washroom is a place of comfort and rest but also of luxury. Let us help you turn your bathroom ideas into a reality with the perfect tile and accents. If you want simple and clean or a complete renovation, we’ll connect you with the best flooring options for your bathroom.

Competitive Prices

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The Best in the business

Your satisfaction matters as much as your flooring

What makes us the best in the business is our experience, knowledge and know how. We want all our clients to be satisfied and comfortable with our service.

Our Story


Dennis Simpson has brought years of knowledge and experience to London, Ontario with Simpson’s Tile and Flooring Distributors. With 29 years in the flooring business Dennis has been helping customers transform their homes with flooring in Kitchener, Woodstock and now London.

Whether it’s redoing the carpet on your stairs, replacing the flooring in your bedroom or renovating your entire home, Simpsons Tile and Flooring is the place to go.

At Simpson’s, customer service is a top priority. Services include free estimates and free delivery to London and Woodstock on purchases over $500. We’re open seven days a week with a vast selection from classic to unique, modern to country.

Our warehouse has a constantly improving stock of tile, vinyl, carpet, hardwood, laminate and more, all at blowout warehouse prices.

Only the best products get stocked and sold at Simpson’s Tile and Flooring. Simpsons carries and can order from many leading flooring brands such as Beaulieu, Mohawk, NAF, Fuzion Flooring, Anatolia Tile and Stone, Olympia Tile and Stone, Sarana Tile, Ultraceramic,Duraceramic/Congoleum, Tarkett, Lauzon, Bruce/Armstrong, Sunca, Mannington, Twelve Oaks, Gerflor and more.

With all installation products available at the store including laminate and wood transitions, metals, underpad, grout, mastic and mortar, Simpson’s is a one stop shop for all your flooring needs.

Not only can your purchase your flooring from us but we can also install it for you, at the best possible prices in our industry. With experienced and knowledgeable professional installers, your home can truly be transformed.

Simpson’s offers a variety of services, like carpet binding, hardwood, laminate, vinyl (both click and roll), tile and backsplash installation and more. Simpson’s Tile and Flooring works to serve both contractors and customers with the best customer care and service.

Stop in our showroom today and pick out your dream floor.


Based in London, ON and serving Southwest Ontario, Simpsons Tile and Flooring provides a huge selection of affordable laminate, ceramic tile, porcelain tile, luxury vinyl, luxury vinyl planks, hardwood, engineered hardwood, and carpet. We also provide installation services for all types of flooring. Our installers have decades of experience. 

Engineered Hardwood Flooring

Engineered hardwood flooring doesn’t give you the look of hardwood, it gives you the hardwood of your choice in a veneer. Over that veneer is a powerful finish that can withstand moisture better than classic hardwoods. Under that veneer is a stable wood core that stands up to basement moisture, heat and other adverse conditions far better than hardwood. That means you can place engineered hardwoods over in-floor heating systems, in basements and even in laundry areas. The beauty of hardwood, the strength and durability of an engineered core and durable finish. A great flooring choice for high traffic areas and basements, as well as kitchens and baths.


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