Flooring is an essential element of any home living space. It covers a large, central surface area in any room and so must be integrated with the design vibe of your home. In addition, your floor must be able to withstand wear and tear.
It’s hard to beat hardwood flooring for warmth, durability and a timeless look. The finish can be changed over the years for a different feel and investing in hardwood floors always increases the value of your home. Let's learn about the latest trends including waterborne polyurethane.
Winter is in full swing, as the days are shorter, weather is colder, and inside the home we are turning up the heat. Whether you’ll be cooking, entertaining, crafting, or just relaxing with a book on the long, cold evenings, follow these tips and make your kitchen design the coziest place to be this winter.
When you think of flooring for a kitchen design, what image comes to mind? You may immediately picture tile floor, or perhaps even laminate and vinyl flooring – something that is moisture proof. While these are all excellent choices for flooring for a kitchen remodel, they are not the only options available. In fact, hardwood floors have become an increasingly popular choice for kitchens.