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When you’re renovating your home, putting in new flooring is one of the best ways to dramatically alter the look of a room. Although it can be pricey, replacing old, worn carpet with new hardwood can up the value of your house, making it easier to sell down the line. Because of flooring’s importance, you should look at all price points and materials before taking the plunge. More
The fantastic aged gray on this oak flooring is really lovely. Going for that calm, timeless french country look? This would be a good choice for flooring.
We love flooring which veers away from the standard strip oak we see in so many American homes and look for material which actually says something. This antique French oak speaks of the generations which have already used it and will create a great base and sense of time in any home.
I’m glad I came across this Logs & Twigs flooring, as it’s something I’ve never seen before in my life! So chic and natural, it immediately brings in a fresh breath of fierce forest air. This flooring looks flawless paired with distressed leather couches and antiqued wood furniture.
Logs & Twigs flooring
We've been really impressed by how far ceramic tile has come in creating authentic looking wood finishes. The consistency of tile with a wood look, great over radiant heat or in a warmer climate.
My future plans include replacing the living room/dining room carpet that flows into the kitchen with hardwood floors — a trick for making a small kitchen appear bigger!
Commercial-grade vinyl tile with a mottled finish is a great way to improve the kitchen floor at a fraction of the cost of real ceramic tile. This particular kind doesn't even need glue!
We admit to being crazy about tile and flooring in general, it can just add so much to a homes design. This gorgeous aged french oak is just too beautiful, it would add so much to a homes sense of place. Would really work in a wide variety of settings but has a bit of a rustic or French country...
This is a great stone for a mudroom or entryway. Ties in well with wood floors and is so forgiving in showing dirt and other sins.
We are obsessed with many hard surface items for the home, (maybe we are just obsessed), but flooring adds so much to the sense of of home. Can't you just imagine having these gorgeous antique floor tiles in your kitchen?
I would love nothing more than to walk across an antique terra cotta tile floor in my barefeet, preferably with radiant heat installed underneath as it gets a bit cold in the winter! So amazing.
I love the texture of limestone, I think this type of pattern could be used inside or out - it would look great in a kitchen or entryway, classic European style.
Simple, clean line pattern. Love how the color resembles concrete! This would look great on a wet bar backsplash or the walls in a shower.
If you do want to go with ceramic tile, there are plenty of inexpensive options out there. This beautiful, warm-toned tile is less than $1 per square foot!
What a perfect way to give your wine cellar a level of detail that will impress any connoisseur. This beautiful flooring is produced from reclaimed wine barrels. This particular style displays authentic stamps and markings from the barrel heads.
Castle Combe provides the look and feel of an ancient, reclaimed floor and combines it with the modern performance features of a 21st century engineered floor. These inspiring, beautifully aged, handcrafted FSC-certified floors may be the most interesting, unique, head-turning floor covering AND...
Slate floor tile
A gorgeous antique oak in a herringbone pattern. We are attempting to create this feel in our own home, by using a classic herringbone pattern.
Rectified,semi-polished porcelain tile. Made in Italy Available in 12"x35", 8"x35", and 6"x35", and includes five color-ways.
This honed travertine tile in a random pattern is great for bathrooms, entryways, mudrooms and kitchens.
Dark Chocolate is a rich color tone that creates a warm and cozy atmosphere and highlights other elements of interior decor. It fits with just about any space, but works best in well-lit interiors, where lights brings out the full richness of color. Dark Chocolate creates a stylish, unique and...
The way this oak takes the dark stain really makes a statement. Using dark wood floors in a home really grounds the rest of your design choices.
This is a teak engineered floor. It's a good way to get the look of teak if you're planning a basement or if you're home's built on a slab.
There's no better way to spruce up a boring concrete patio floor than with tile — and no easier way of tiling than this. No special tools, no adhesives, easy-peasy!
Gray green slate
Love the simple, subtle herringbone made of marble. I am considering this for my kitchen backsplash. A pattern — but not too busy!
Edimax Materia Forte Floor Tiles. Beautiful and strong, Materia Forte stands out from other ceramic tile. This glazed porcelain series resembles stone worn by time, with subtle to moderate variation in pattern, texture and color. Rustic in look and feel with edges that look as though they have been...