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Note: The following post was written by Sara Babinski, Design Manager for laminate and hardwood flooring, about her experience at the High Point Furniture Market, the largest furnishings industry trade show in the world. Held in North Carolina, this trade show features more than 2000 exhibitors and tens of thousands of new products in the home furnishing and décor industry.
In our last blog post, we talked about a few of the stunning new looks from our new Luxe Plank® Collection with FasTak™ Installation. With beautiful new designs, great performance in high-moisture areas like bathrooms, and simple installation, where can you go wrong? You can’t! And here’s a peek at the rest of the new collection.
What inspires you? Is it the texture of 200-year-old barn wood? The swirling grain in a fruitwood bowl? Or the colors in a branch of driftwood? We have some stunning new looks inspired by nature in our Luxe Plank® with FasTak™ Installation collection, and in this post, we’ll introduce you to two different new looks: Exotic hardwood and natural stones.
The Luxe Plank® Collection with FasTak™ Installation
First, let’s review what’s great about Luxe Plank.
Beautiful Designs – these new floors have vibrant hardwood and stone colors, along with textures that more ►
For several months now, we’ve had a Q&A feature available on our laminate flooring products that allows you to ask about what’s on your mind. We’ve been paying attention to what you’ve been asking, and this post is a collection of most-asked, most-wondered-about laminate questions from real flooring shoppers. Maybe there is something here that can help you with your flooring purchase!
Typically, you’re advised to have some percentage of “waste” flooring when you do a project. Sometimes, people end up with some extra flooring at the end of a project, which in turn ends up occupying some serious storage space in basements and closets everywhere.
What to do with those extra pieces? It’s time to get creative with your leftovers! We’ll show you four innovative ways others have used their extra flooring.