Why Engineered Wooden Flooring Works Well in Kitchens and Bathrooms

Posted on: 17 June 2020

Many homeowners would love to add hardwood flooring to their homes. That's because hardwood flooring can turn an otherwise average-looking home into a thing of beauty. But hardwood flooring is expensive. This can put some people off. Fortunately, there is a cheaper and in some ways better alternative — engineered flooring. While hardwood flooring comes in solid wooden boards, engineered wood flooring consists of multiple layers of plywood topped with a layer of natural wood, such as oak.
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Upgrades and Finishing Touches for Timber Decking

Posted on: 28 December 2018

Planning your timber decking likely focused on the basic plans for the deck. You likely wanted to make sure the deck fit your basic needs, including placement and whether you wanted the deck covered for year-round use. Now that you are using your deck, you may start to noticing that it looks a little plain. With that in mind, here are some upgrades and finishing touches for you to consider.
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How to Avoid Strange Sensations When You Install a New Floor

Posted on: 11 November 2018

If you have a particularly fertile imagination and plan to build a brand-new home, some of your ideas may be somewhat "out there." There's nothing wrong with this, necessarily, and it's the reason why you work with an architect and designer anyway, so that they can temper your enthusiasm. For example, you may have lofty goals in mind when it comes to the layout of your great room or family space, and while they may comply with regulations in general, they could create issues in practical terms.
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3 Vibrant And Beautiful Flooring Trends To Consider In Your Kitchen

Posted on: 1 May 2018

For many years, minimalism and monochrome have dominated kitchen design. This pared back and neutral look also extended to kitchen floors, with white and pale grey tones featuring heavily on modern kitchen floors around the country. If you're not a fan of this neutral style and you prefer some colour and pattern in your home, then recent trends towards more decorative flooring should give you cause to rejoice. Here are three stunning, vibrant and fun flooring styles that are making a big splash in kitchen design this year.
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