Five Easy Ways to Dress up Your Fireplace this Fall

It is officially that time of year to curl up next to the fireplace with a good book and a pumpkin spice latte… Which is why we are sharing some of our favourite fireplace inspiration! Has it been some time since your fireplace has received some love? Or are you simply someone who just loves to design and keep up to date with the latest trends? Which ever the case, we have some great ideas to give new life to your fireplace without completely breaking the bank.

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Ceramic Tile VS. Luxury Vinyl Tile

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If you follow along with our blogs, you will know how far luxury vinyl and the technology behind the flooring has come over the years. As technology develops it is becoming harder to distinguish the real flooring material from its luxury vinyl counterpart, in this case we are talking about ceramic tile. However, just because they look the same does not mean they will perform the same in your home. To better understand the differences and help you select a flooring material that is best suited for your lifestyle and needs, we have compared luxury vinyl and ceramic tile on five qualities: Look and Style, Durability and Stability, Environmental Impact, Application, and Cost.

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Rigid Core Flooring: SPC vs WPC

WPC Vinyl Flooring by Mannington

What is rigid core flooring? Rigid Core Vinyl Flooring is an engineered vinyl floor that has an enhanced rigid core construction for dimensional stability. A rigid core vinyl will be a solid plank that has less pliability, giving it a sturdy feel to install and under foot.

Rigid core flooring is one of the latest trends in flooring and home design. Not only is rigid core flooring stylish but it is also relatively affordable. However, there are two main types of rigid core flooring to choose from, SPC and WPC flooring. Each option comes with its own pros and cons that homeowners should be aware of before choosing between the two.

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Vinyl Flooring Guide

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Invented more than 100 years ago, vinyl was originally created to replace linoleum, the original resilient flooring. Vinyl became a popular choice for areas like kitchens and bathrooms where resilience, durability and water-resistance are extremely important. Although vinyl is not completely impervious, it is very resistant to water and it is easy to clean and maintain, making it a low cost, low hassle flooring option.

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