They just introduced nine new organic-inspired colors for the Trend Q flooring. Trend Q is made from recycled stone agglomerate material that is scratch-, heat-, stain-, and water-resistant. Glass from recycled beer, gin, and water bottles helps make up 72 percent recycled content in Trend Q tiles.
Flooring manufacturers are finding ways to make carpets softer, wood more rough-looking, tile bigger and vinyl more luxurious than ever. Learn the hottest trends in flooring and how you can have them in your new home.
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Gray has been popping up all over interior design trends, and now flooring has its turn. It’s the “new neutral,” but it’s different and unexpected. Bamboo isn’t a new flooring material, but it’s certainly expanding away from the boring, long strips we’re used to. Feeling inspired install new flooring?
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Experts share different flooring trends that bring style and function to any space. "In the world of tile we are seeing an explosion of sizes, shapes, materials and patterns," notes Dean "It's very cost effective to use what's already there versus installing a new flooring product." Fashion often comes at a cost, and in the case of
We’re here to help you find the latest, greatest flooring trends and prepare to tackle new styles in 2017. There’s nothing worse than spending your savings on a new floor only to have it go out of style in less than 5 years.
When I got into the driver's seat of the 2014 Mercedes-Benz CLA250, I found the luxury feel and quality materials I expected from this vaunted luxury brand, despite this new model sitting at the
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