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RUSTIC flooring - the vintage styles of yesterday redefined in the modern era!

Old is gold; isn’t it? Wouldn’t you love to have a wooden floor with natural warmth and a vintage flair? Yes! Indeed rustic wood flooring trend is gaining popularity all over the world. Today more and more homeowners prefer, flooring techniques that feel authentic and familiar, that are hand-crafted, or that reveal a vintage flair. Be it engineered hardwood or solid hardwood flooring, the grade that is becoming popular amongst people is the rustic grade or the farmhouse grade. Rustic style is filled with simplicity, organic textures and shapes that reflect natural warmth and a unique feeling of home.

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Bring new life to your home with Parquet Flooring

If you want to bring out the inherent beauty of the wood grain in your floor, and not compromise on the hardness and other general characteristics of a typical hardwood floor, you should give Parquet flooring a try. It is type of hardwood flooring where small hardwood tiles are arranged in various geometric shapes like rectangles, triangles, lozenges, though stars and sun effects are also commonly found. In fact the most popular design is arguably the herringbone pattern. Find out more about this type of floor...

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Bamboo Flooring: A green, durable choice of flooring

In these environmentally conscious times, renewable flooring sources are preferred over many others. With bamboo flooring, you can count on the performance of a naturally durable and beautiful product, which means greater cost efficiency for your home project. Green flooring doesn't mean losing all of the other benefits which you've come to expect in quality floors. Bamboos are slowly turning out to be the front runner in the sustainable flooring market.

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Know more about solid and engineered hardwood

If you have decided to install hardwood floors in your home then the first and foremost decision that you need to take is whether you want solid hardwood floors or engineered hardwood floors. Both of these can be treated as hardwood yet they are surprisingly different from each other. Thus you must know about hardwood flooring and what you must consider when choosing this type of flooring.

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An insight into Laminate Flooring

A lot of people are opting for laminate flooring since it has minimum impact on budgets. With increasing demands, manufacturers are coming up with gorgeous colors and wide plank options. Any flooring technique you choose, regardless of cost, has its own advantages and disadvantages. Laminate flooring is no exception. Thus you must know about the pros and cons of laminate flooring.

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