As one of the newer trends in interior decoration, dark hardwood flooring is really making a mark in Auckland homes. For both new builds and renovations, more and more people and turning to dark woods and there are good reasons why. From the perfect contrast to a professional finish, darker hues are highly versatile and they come with all the added benefits of wood!
Let’s examine dark hardwood and the décor and design options that suit it perfectly.
Kitchen construction and renovation is exciting and it’s important to get right too. After all, it’s one of the rooms that you’ll be spending the most time in, apart from your living space. When it comes to flooring, it pays to make sure that everything is perfect – your layout, your paint job, your decoration and of course, your floor. Let’s investigate the best type of flooring for your kitchen.
Choosing the right sort of flooring for your new or renovated home or business can be tough– there are just so many things to consider. Affordability, durability, ease of installation, ease of cleaning and maintenance are just some of the things that will be on your list. Foot traffic is another major consideration, not just for you, but for your four-legged friends. Today we’re going to be looking at all sorts of pet-friendly flooring, and finding out which type of flooring is the most durable (to stand up to those click-clacking claws) and the easiest to clean.
Renovating or building on a budget can be tricky but fortunately it’s not impossible. It just means that you need to hunt for the bargains, do your research and find out ways to save some money. Let’s examine a few different types of flooring, and detail their advantages and disadvantages.
Choosing the right type of floor is important. You want something that’s going to look good, blend with the rest of your home or office, stand up to some wear and tear and is easy to maintain and clean. When choosing a timber floor, you are faced with a choice between softwood and hardwood. But what exactly is the difference between these two types of wooden floors? And what are the benefits and downsides to each? Read on to find out more!