Kitchen flooring needs to be able to stand up to heavy foot traffic, common kitchen spills, and small children playing drums on your pots and pans. Choosing the right kitchen floor for your home and life means considering how you use your kitchen and how you want it to look. There are a few things you need to consider before buying.
Buying or inheriting an old house can reveal several issues, particularly with hardwood flooring. Whether they are covered with carpet or are well worn, the question comes up: do you repair or replace the hardwood flooring?
Stuck in a carpet rut? Carpet floor tracks that lead from room to room are due to more than just your daily foot traffic. Warding off carpet floor tracks for your FloorQuest carpeting can be a lot easier than you think.
The rule of three can be a fun way to add visual design and depth to any room. Take a look at some of the fun ways you can incorporate the rule of three in your space.
How do you decide what home flooring option is best for your space? If you’re thinking of replacing your floors, or if you’ve just bought a new home, it may be hard to decide on a material that works with your budget. Here are some flooring options that are great for your home:
Your gorgeous floors deserve protection, but it can be daunting to decide which rug shape is best for your space.
Buying a house is a massive step in anyone’s life. Whether you’re just curb-shopping or you want to be in a new house by Christmas, house-hunting with certain criteria in mind can make the home-buying process easier. Here are five important things to consider when shopping for a house:
When you need new flooring, why not take a look at Inspired Flooring's laminates? There are two series, Grant Park (9mm) and Patterson Park (12mm) which feature a wide variety of colors, hues, and textures. Laminates are extremely durable and nearly indecipherable from wood flooring.
It's that time again. Spring has sprung! Or, more like, spring is trying to roll out of bed but it's a little too chilly so it's coming slowly. Be ready to welcome the warmth with open arms by tidying and sprucing up your home.
Joining two separate lives together is challenging enough but when it comes to your shared home you and your partner want to feel comfortable, at-home, and enjoyment from the space. Plenty of couples live together-- some invade the other's bachelor/bachelorette pad and some find a brand new place together--either way, not everyone loves that singing bass you hung in the den. We have a few tips on how to incorporate two styles while keeping a beautiful and clean decor.