Let’s be honest – white floors are pure and simple wonderful designing. They look absolutely gorgeous in photos, but very few people have them in real life. Read on to see what it’s like to have white floors, how to care for them and whether or not it’s crazy to consider white floors for your home. Continue reading
If you have allergies you struggle every year with allergies, but did you know that you can harbor allergens in your home? For some people allergies are terrible all year long and we wonder why, here are a few ways to defeat allergies! By learning how to control the dust, mold, pollen and other contaminants that are making you sneeze and what causes them will make you better prepared all year long. Below are some common mistakes that you may be making that is causing you and your family to be unhealthy. Continue reading
When you’re thinking about remodeling (or even building a new home), your flooring becomes a huge part of the overall design. However, in today’s day and age, pets have become a huge part of people’s families, which may cause some stress when it comes to thinking about flooring options. The four legged pals that are part of the family will cause wear and tear to the floor, and it will only build up over time. If you can find pet-friendly flooring, it will not only last longer (even with your furry friends running all over it), but it will tie your whole home together. Continue reading
In terms of storage space in the kitchen, you can never have enough space or storage. When remodeling your kitchen, you can always buy cabinets that come with all the storage features you will need. That could eventually get pretty costly. Let’s look at your dream kitchen so far. You have just painted your space, replaced the lighting and have a beautiful tile on your floor. Now you are at your cabinet. You wanted to save some money to be put towards an upgrade to your flooring. Instead, you decided to re-face your cabinets, hardware and add storage space. Continue reading
Recycled wood is becoming an increasingly popular purchase when designing a home. The flexibility in using recycled wood can give you endless design possibilities. It can be considered elegant or rustic with character and charm. Although the Bio-Recover collection made by Eleganza Tile is not recycled wood, it is a brilliant interpretation of it. It is a porcelain tile that has an antique feel. It can be used in Tradition, contemporary or even modern design elements. You can use the beautiful Bio-Recover collection for accent walls in your living room or even the bedroom eliminating the need for a head. The tiles are truly beautiful!
The Bio-Recover collection was created by carefully studying recycled wooden floors and walls. When you walk into a home you see the wear caused by time and the traces left by those that have walked on the floors creating beautiful variations in the wood. That is what is used to recreate the structure of the tile, the grain and color variations of the surfaces. Bio-Recover is developed using the latest HD Inkjet technology in order to accurately capture the natural wear and tear as well as color variation. Bio-Recover is available in 8″x48″ for residential and commercial applications. It is available in Old Walnut, Golden Flame, and Warm Cream. It is chemical stain resistant and very durable.
All Eleganza Tile products meet the ISO standards for manufacture in order to ensure the best quality tile flooring available on the market. From gemstone, contemporary, traditional, classic, wood, and polished style ceramic and porcelain tiles, Eleganza is sure to satisfy all of your decor needs.
Modern lifestyle often focuses on the latest trends and newest fashions. However, “new” does not necessarily mean high quality or sophisticated taste. Breaking the mold, Carmel Stone has roots in ancient lands where construction materials have been weathering the passing winds of time for thousands of years.
Well, interior design is what goes onto your house. From the paint you choose to the floor you install. Every single bit of it matters. There is more than just carpeting now-a-days. You have hardwood floors, tiles and even vinyl. Continue reading