How Soon Can I Walk on My New Floor?
One of the most frequently asked questions we get is how soon can the homeowner walk on their new floor. This will depend on a few factors – what type of material will be installed and the installation method being used. In this blog post, we will provide a general timeline for how long you should wait before walking on your new prefinished wood flooring or site finished wood flooring. We will also discuss vinyl and hybrid floors so you can have all the information you need.
How to Incorporate Herringbone and Chevron Parquet Flooring in Your Interior Design
If you’re looking to add a touch of elegance to your home, you may want to consider incorporating herringbone or chevron parquet flooring into your interior design. Parquet flooring has been hot in Europe for years and this trend is starting to take over in America… and for good reason – it can add a […]
Wide Plank Flooring on Interior Design
When it comes to flooring, wide plank wood flooring is all the rage right now. But what is wide plank flooring? What are the benefits of using wide plank flooring in interior design? And why are people choosing wide plank over other types of wood flooring? In this blog post, we will answer all those questions and more. So, if you’re thinking about installing wide plank wood floors in your home, read on for some valuable information!
How to Make Your Wood Floors Look New Again
If you’re wondering how to make wood floors look new again, don’t worry – we have you covered! In this blog post, we will discuss the best ways to clean and care for your wood floor so that it looks like new for years to come.
Tips for a Painless Home Renovation
Are you considering a home renovation? If so, you will want to read these 10 tips for a painless renovation. A well-planned renovation can be a great experience, but if you’re not careful, it can also be quite stressful. By following these tips, you can minimize the stress and maximize the enjoyment of your remodeling […]
Case Study: A new construction house by architect Daniel Toole featured in the New York Times
When Daniel Toole landed this project in the beautiful area of Madrona, Seattle, he drew inspiration from a variety of places. The modern Scandinavian design of the exterior captured his eye, while the warm details from America helped him create a cozy and inviting interior. This case study will explore the process behind this unique […]