Welcome Fall Into your Home

No matter your style and budget, there are simple and easy ways to transition your home for the season. Welcome fall and the cooler weather into your home with these cozy essentials.

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Top Three Basement Flooring Options

Basement flooring plays by its own rules, even if you live in a dry climate. Basement flooring may leach moisture due to its proximity to the ground, heavy rains that cause flooding and many other ways. The primary concern you need to keep in mind when shopping for basement flooring is moisture: how to avoid it and how well will your floor dry out if it does become wet. You do not want to invest in beautiful new floors only to have to replace them a year down the road.

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Wood Flooring Texture Guide

Source: Mohawk Flooring

Texture has emerged as a top trend this year and not only just for hardwood, but across the board in the hard surface category. Every great interior design includes texture and what better way to incorporate it throughout your home then with your flooring? Homeowners want a floor that has an aged and worn appearance but also provides the same unique texture and feel. Scrapes, knots, wirebrushed, you name it, people want it.

The different textures we will be discussing are often mistaken for one another. So, it is important to understand how they are all different in that they have a unique style, character, and distinguishing qualities that set them apart.

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Pros and Cons of Curbless Walk in Showers

The latest trend that we are loving in bathroom design right now is the sleek and modern curbless shower. If you are planning a bathroom remodel or building a new home and considering a curbless shower, this guide is for you. We are sharing the pros and cons to help you decide if a curbless shower is the best option for your home.

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Waterproof and Water-Resistant Flooring

Source: Mannington

These two terms, waterproof and water-resistant flooring, have become extremely popular in the flooring industry in recent years. What many might not know is how they differ from each other and why it is important to understand those differences when shopping for your new floors. It can save you time and money in the long run by knowing exactly what the benefits are of each and what rooms they are best suited for.

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