Color adds life and personality to a space, setting the mood for the entire room. A splash of red, for example, hints at your sense of passion while yellow is a vibrant, happy color. And nothing says 'regal' quite like purple! Colors even seem to affect the 'temperature' of a room - reds and oranges feel warm, while blues and greens feel cool.
Wednesday, September 1, 2010
When it comes down to it, there are really two things that influence your final decision on flooring for your home: the way it looks...and the way it feels. We know that those two factors are equally important. That's why we've invested time and resources in the development of laminate flooring products that feel as good as they look. Whether your want realism of hardwood graining or natural tile etching, we offer the look and feel that is right for you.
Tuesday, August 24, 2010
While large-scale flooring tends to work very well in larger rooms, smaller rooms may feel more proportionate to narrower plank widths. It's always a good idea to borrow or buy several samples of the flooring you are considering and lay them in place to gauge the effect. Remember, too, that lengthwise patterns add depth to rooms, while running the flooring across the width of a room will make the space look shorter and wider.
Monday, August 16, 2010
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Sunday, August 1, 2010
True classics improve with age. These timeless floors are meticulously crafted from enduring American species like oak, maple, pecan and cherry. Enrich your home with solid or engineered floors, narrow strips or wide planks, in any shade you can imagine, from classic honey and chestnut to modern whitewash and espresso.