Flooring can set the tone for a space, whether by differentiating it from the rest of the home or creating continuity. It must be durable and suit the needs of the homeowners, whether they have toddlers racing around or need to optimize mobility as they age. To complicate things, installing new flooring during a remodel can uncover a host of problems with the home’s existing foundation and ductwork.
Created with both 3D digital print techniques and roller applications to achieve the look of ancient terra cotta, Villa Medici is a surface that pairs well with old-world inspired interiors.
Inspired by the emerging trends driving today’s residential and commercial designs, Ascend is a collection of natural stone tiles that includes two marbles and two limestones.
This glass mosaic was designed to bring the contemporary, weathered feel of sea glass to backsplashes, tub, and shower surrounds.
The CushionStep vinyl sheet flooring features a thicker, more plush construction designed for everyday durability and added comfort.
This high-pressure laminate (HPL) surface by Formica comes in a granite pattern featuring gold tones with iron veining that can complement a variety of cabinetry from light maple to dark cherry.
The Italian-produced tiles from Concept Surfaces’ Icon Collection now come in a hexagon shape, available in a 24x24-inch size.
The floor and tile underlayment works as a moisture vapor retarder that helps increase the life and appearance of flooring by laminating two layers of kraft paper with a polymer.
Portland-based Clayhouse Ceramics released 10 new shapes and 24 matte finish glazes, designed to give homeowners, designers, and remodelers the opportunity to evoke a midcentury feel in a space.