One of the most iconic American design styles is the Craftsman, which came into vogue during the early decades of the 20th century. These homes feature beautiful woodwork, clean lines, more open floor plans, and simple designs. Sometimes the original charm and beauty of these homes can be obscured by years of renovations and upgrades. If you're hoping to upgrade the kitchen in your Craftsman home and get back to the authentic designs from that era, here are some tips to help.
6 April 2017
Concrete floors are all the rage in both commercial and residential buildings across the country. These floors are versatile, durable, and capable of withstanding a great deal of traffic and abuse. However, plain concrete floors are highly industrial in nature, which may not be your style or taste. If your new commercial space has concrete floors, there are many ways that you can spruce up those concrete floors to make them more appealing to you and your décor preferences.
9 March 2017
Installing hardwood flooring in your home can come with a number of benefits, but it does need special care if you've decided to install all the flooring on your own. If you've decided to handle the installation without the help of professionals, you'll need to consider the following tips so that you're able to get the clean and professional look that you want with your new hardwood floors. Move Furniture Out of the Way
28 February 2017
Ceramic tile is a durable, attractive and versatile flooring surface, and it usually requires little care other than regular sweeping and mopping. However, ceramic tile is capable of being cracked or chipped by heavy objects. If you have a damaged ceramic tile and want to replace it, then you can easily perform the work yourself. Below is a list of materials as well as a step-by-step procedure for doing the job:
18 September 2015
If you just installed a new wood floor or had wood floor finishing done, you will want to protect its glossy shine. Regular cleaning can help, as can following these five tips any time you rearrange your furniture or move it for cleaning purposes. Take Off Your Shoes While outside the home, your shoes can pick up bits of debris that can easily scratch the finish of your wood flooring. For this reason, it is a good idea to make your home a shoe-free zone altogether.
12 May 2015