Clearing Up Common Misconceptions About Timber Flooring


Timber flooring is a very good choice for just about any home, as timber is very durable and strong and won't hold as much dirt and other debris as carpeting. Timber flooring is also easy to clean when it does get dusty or dirty, as you only need to quickly dust mop the surface. If you're thinking of having timber floors installed in your home, note a few common misconceptions you want to ignore so you know you make the right decision about your home's flooring materials.

27 June 2017

How to Decorate a Corridor


Corridors and hallways are frequently overlooked when it comes to good interior design aesthetics. If you only concentrate on the reception rooms, bedrooms, bathroom and kitchen, then you will find that the linking spaces between them look drab by comparison. Therefore, it is always good to look at the overall style of your corridor, which will include the flooring, the wall treatments and the furnishings. Read on to take a look at some contemporary corridor decoration ideas.

21 March 2017

How to Get Red Wine Stains Out of Carpet in 4 Simple Steps


If you've ever knocked over a glass of red wine, you know the feeling of horror as you watch it soak into the carpet. If you have carpet tiles, you can simply replace the part that is stained, but the cost of replacing a full fitted carpet can be huge. Save yourself from this cost by taking action quickly to prevent the stain from setting in. These four steps use basic household supplies to save your carpet from red wine stains.

20 January 2017

Residential Flooring: Understanding Flexible Timber Surface Finishes


If you are planning on installing a timber floor in your home, it is important for you to select the right finishing. This external layer is critical in protecting the aesthetic appeal and the general structure of the wood from moisture, dust, and even aggressive foot traffic. In general, there are two major categories of finishes: flexible finishes and less flexible solvent-based finishes. The flexible option consists of penetrating products which allow the timber to move, limiting the occurrence of split boards.

19 January 2017