Your bedroom is where you go to find comfort after a long, hard day, so it deserves a little TLC. You’ve probably been scared off from completing bedroom renovations for multiple reasons, money being at the top of the list. However, when it comes to making your bedroom a cozy oasis, it doesn’t need to coast a fortune to add major comfort. Below are our 10 budget-friendly tips to turn your bedroom into a cozy, relaxing area. Read More
I bet you have been looking at tile and are confused on what tile to choose. Well that all depends on where you are laying the tile. Each area has certain elements you want to take into account before selecting a tile. Read More
Our select line of tiles features some of the most unique and beautiful tiles from around the world. One of the brands we carry is Waverly Tiles founded 1989 which provides one of the world’s most beautiful hand carved and antiqued stones, marbles, granites, porcelain, ceramics and glass. If you really want a one-of-a-kind look for your bathroom or kitchen, make sure you choose Waverly Tiles. Waverly Tile provides classic design for your backsplash, floor tile, wall tile, designer tile, and wall art in residential, commercial or resort space. Read More
Many people start upgrading their kitchens in their homes and usually focus on backsplashes, cabinets, knocking out walls and changing out hardware. Most people forget about the flooring. There are so many possibilities with flooring. You can create an ultimate masterpiece with choosing the right texture, pattern, and color scheme. Don’t think of this as an overwhelming time, it can be so much fun. Read More
Fall is upon us . Many are happy while others may be approaching it with dread. Those sad and down trodden are individuals that suffer through a frustrating condition called allergies. While the falling leaves are beautiful and bring an array of beautiful colors to most, it brings these individuals the frustration of sneezing, sickness and so many other discomforts due to mold. For allergy sufferers, making minor changes and renovations to their homes externally and internally is a necessity.
You buy a new home and you have a large bathroom that needs to be updated or maybe it is time for you to remodel your existing bathroom and it is a large room. So how do you use the space to get the most from your room and budget? You might want to consider separating the tub and shower, include a beautiful double sink or even put in a bidet.
When it comes to renovating your kitchen, bathroom or whole home, many don’t prioritize it as they should. While the thought of it can be frustrating and tedious, it is important to understand the value of good renovation and repairs. It means less headaches in the future. A huge part of neglecting renovation is dealing with the amount of people involved and all of the things that go wrong. Above all, be sure to understand your rights as a consumer before starting any project or renovation to your home.
For a while, the trend was the bigger the better the house. In today’s society, it’s more popular to live in small spaces. Whether in the U.S. or abroad, residing in small spaces seems to be a permanent fixture in today’s culture. With this new way of living, designers and homeowners have developed many ways to make these homes livable, functional and as comfortable as desired.
There is a huge difference between a commercial space and your home, your business flooring has a higher volume of traffic. For this reason alone using tiles are a better choice. When you see shops, office suites or restaurants use wood, carpet, vinyl or laminate for their flooring they are aware that portions of the flooring will need to be replaced after years of use.
When you look at tile most people don’t know the different benefits between porcelain and ceramic just that they are similar but the price can be significant.
The clay used in manufacturing are different, as well as, the temperatures used to bake them. One of the biggest difference is how much water they absorb, this can be very important when selecting which one to install and where. Porcelain absorbs less than 0.5% and ceramic 1 – 3% water.