Our 'Interior design' category is aimed at the interior designer and showcases our products in an easily saleable environment, it also helps promote understanding and concepts required for adding wood flooring design to your finished piece.
Solid wood flooring or engineered wood flooring? This is perhaps the most common question facing anyone looking to lay a new floor in their home. In truth it has never been easier, or more cost effective, to achieve the perfect finish but deciding whether to lay down an expensive solid wood floor or to go with the modern equivalent of engineered wood flooring, still needs careful consideration.
Wood flooring is an ever-popular choice for all sorts of homes. It's a timeless décor feature that will never go out of style, but a solid hardwood floor can be extremely expensive to buy and install. With this in mind, there are a number of alternative options that customers can opt for instead.
Whether you've just bought your first home, are upsizing/downsizing or updating a tired "look", decorating your home can be a daunting task. Don't make the mistake of so many other people by rushing into things. Having a detailed checklist and order of projects will help prevent the disaster of having to redo things. Putting carpet down, for instance, and then having to take it up again to fit a stud wall is one example. Of course, there are always some hiccups along the way, but with this handy checklist, you should be able to minimise extra costs or unexpected setbacks.
Now that we've examined the various attributes and qualities of some of the most popular domestic wood flooring species, it's time to see the look and feel you can give to your home, with exotic hardwood flooring. Generally, choosing between domestic and exotic hardwood species can be a challenging decision and in order to identify which one will work best with your overall decoration scheme, is vital to compare them. So before you show up in your local flooring showroom, take some time and review what each of them has to offer.
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In our previous article, wood species for hardwood flooring how to pick, we went through the factors you need to consider when choosing wood species for your wood flooring. Today, we will examine some of the popular domestic wood flooring species, in order to give you a basic understanding about the various qualities and attributes, each of them can bring to your home.