Bring The Outside In With Natural Look Tile

Furnishings and accessories in whites, creams and pastel tones can act as a great complement to natural look materials. This styling positions natural materials as the hero within your home and allows the natural tones and textures to act as the aesthetic focal point. Read More Here: http://www.beaumont-tiles.com.au/Tile-DIY-Info/Blog/ID/200/House-Rules-Bring-The-Outside-In-With-Natural-Look-Tile

Is Tile That Looks Like Wood Flooring Really That Great?

Of course some of the advantages that are touted with regard to wood looking ceramic tiles are debatable, namely that it is better for underfloor radiant heating, easier to find in larger plank widths, generally cheaper and easier to clean. Read More Here: http://www.homeflooringpros.com/blog-guides/the-definitive-guide-to-ceramic-tiles-that-look-like-wood/

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Is Porcelain & Ceramic Tile Right for Me?

Most porcelain and ceramic tile is hard-wearing and easy to maintain over the long term. This means that you’ll likely only be doing the job of installing it once over the course of owning your home or office. The colors don’t fade, and you’ll be pleased to know that it has hypoallergenic qualities. No need to worry about pets, spills, or wear and tear! Read More Here: http://learn.builddirect.com/flooring/porcelain-ceramic-tile-right/

Strand Woven Bamboo Flooring – Which is the Better Installation Method, Nail Down or Glue?

For those who love the idea of installing a hardwood floor in their home but want to be a little greener in their choice of new flooring bamboo is the perfect choice. Strand woven bamboo flooring is even more appealing to many people as the weave not only adds extra strength to an already very tough flooring material but a very attractive and unique appearance as well. Read More Here: http://www.tilecenterblog.com/2012/11/strand-woven-bamboo-flooring-%E2%80%93-which-is-the-better-installation-method-nail-down-or-glue/