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Choosing the Best Flooring for High Traffic Areas

When it comes to busy households, there is always an area that is going to take the brunt of foot (and paw) traffic. It may be an entryway, or a hallway, or a path through the living room, but beyond doubt, every home has a space that would be considered…

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Floor Maintenance Tips for Busy Households

Given how fast life moves these days, who has time to clean? Between work, family and other obligations, there aren’t enough hours in the day, especially for chores. The key is to establish a sustainable routine to stay on top of cleaning, especially when it comes to hard surface floors.…

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Flooring for Easy Clean-Up

In today’s fast paced world, anything that can save time and conserve energy to help make our lives easier is worth investigating. When it comes to flooring, options that are easy to clean and maintain are the way to go! If you are in need of a new floor, and…

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Flooring for Small Spaces

When you are short on space, maximizing it is the name of the game. Small homes can be wonderfully cozy but also run the danger of appearing cluttered, cramped, or busy. Believe it or not, flooring can actually make your small space feel more expansive than it is, or unintentionally…

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Budget Friendly Flooring Options

In this economy, when dollars are not stretching as far as they once did, it’s hard to rationalize spending money on anything that isn’t absolutely necessary. Although new floors are not usually do-or-die, nor are they the least significant redecorating expense, they do make a big impact and represent a…

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Top Alternatives To Hardwood Flooring

True hardwood flooring, typically made from tree species such as oak and maple, was the industry standard in older homes. There weren’t many hard flooring options for homes built prior to the 1970’s, especially for living areas (not bathrooms or kitchens), so wood floors are commonly found throughout homes from…

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Maximalism Style & Why We Love It

Living room interior design | New York Carpets & Flooring

If you’re looking for a new design that will add lots of personality and color to a room in your home, Maximalism could bring the wow factor that you’re looking for! The opposite of Minimalism’s less-is-more aesthetic, Maximalism leans the other direction with its more-is-more sensibility. Instead of crisp white…

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