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Choosing new flooring or wall tile can be fun and exciting, but for many people it is stressful and overwhelming and most people don’t know where to start or don’t know what they like. One strategy I like to try with many of my clients is to get them to discover what they don’t like. They may not like a tile look, they may not like carpet, greys may not be for them, or they may not like the look of flashy wall tile.  I like to use this strategy in my appointments because it helps them discover that maybe they do know what they like they just didn’t know they did. 

So next time you are planning a renovation or remodel find out what you don’t like, and before you know it you will be living in the space of your dreams.

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Designer - Jordan



Posted on February 27, 2015

Is your flooring making that 'snap, crack, pop' noise as you walk across it?

Area Rug Do's & Don'ts


Posted on January 08, 2015

Sometimes it can be hard to know how to place that new or exisiting area rug in your home, and there are also some important rules to remember. Have questions about what size to purchase, how to lay it out, and others? Check out our do's and don'ts:

Tis' the Season


Posted on December 02, 2014

The holiday season is a wonderful time of year- rooms are revamped with festive decor, doors are opened to kin & entertaining becomes a regular occurrence. With entertaining comes inevitable spills & mishaps; below you will find some handy tips for saving your carpet from that spilly-hand-talker or a candle wax mishap & protecting your floors from unexpected water damage:

Green Painters Tape


Posted on August 19, 2014

TAPING OF FLOOR PROTECTION TO HARDWOOD NOT RECOMMENDED - Frosted finish products especially susceptible to damage.

We have had some incidents recently of installers reporting damage to the finish of a newly installed floor. The installers were using green, or painters' masking tape to hold sheets of floor protection in place after the installation. The sheets of protection were taped directly to the hardwood flooring. When the tape was removed, it stripped away some of the floor's finish with it. When using a form of protection (eg, cardboard sheeting), do not tape the sheets directly to the floor; tape them to each other.