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Today, I’ve collected a bit of Pin-spiration for flooring and room design in general. The above room is a wonderful alternative to the monochromatic white look that is so popular right now. Neutral, cool grays still give that modern simplistic feel, but with a little punch. But the real showstopper in this room is the chevron floor. The gray and white stripe somehow manages to be a neutral despite the pattern. I can see this floor easily transitioning with the room when the need for a change arises.

I’ve pulled a couple of Tuscany Olive Wood’s white’s and gray’s below to help you visualize what could be. Sure, the pin-spiration floor is done in tile or was painted, but olive wood would be 50 years longer lasting and loads more durable. Yes, it’s more of a commitment, but I didn’t say you had to do your whole house in it.



You’ve seen it everywhere, the Holidays are upon us! Every department store is filling their aisles with Christmas and Holiday decor, it’s almost overwhelming. For that reason, now is not the time to break ground on any big remodel. You may be shocked that I’m the one telling you this, but really it’s too much to handle the last two months of the year. But the Holiday Season never neglects to show you necessary changes needed in your home. Don’t let the onslaught of family visits lead you into a remodel you aren’t ready for, use this time to do some planning. At least then if someone looks down their nose at your original to the home ancient carpet you can tell them your plans are in the works. Besides, the tree will take away from those stains.


After the first of the year, sit down and organize your planned changes. Call local designers and find one that’s the best fit for your changes, preferably someone who will listen to you but not let you become a Pinterst cookie cutter. For example, consider a lesser known source for your room basics like flooring, paint colors, etc.

Siena install mixed width

Take it from the Interior Designer’s kid, make your Holiday Season much less stressful and let those big home changes wait a few more weeks. You’ll thank me later.


Our first TV feature!

At the beginning of this year, we connected with Vicki Payne, of Charlotte NC’s “For Your Home” to help her reinvent and recreate her new home. She knew she wanted something unique and special for the master bedroom, so naturally she found us. I’ve shared a few photos of that finished mixed width Siena install, but here is the first episode in this season’s For Your Home where we are featured! {If you have time, of course watch the whole thing! But if not, she introduces us at about the 21:35 minute mark}

If you want to see the video in context, or explore more from the wonderful Vicki Payne, click here: Tuscany Olive Wood on For Your Home

You’re Invited!

NYICS invite 2

If you’re headed to New York City for Metro Market week don’t forget to stop by the NYICS and see the slew of gorgeous colors we’ll have set up. Trust me when I tell you your floors have never had so many options.