Like any building product comparisons, Laminate flooring has some decided advantages and benefits compared to other flooring, or flooring surface products. Here are the main benefits of laminate flooring: Read More
Flooring is an important element in kitchen design and it may be a challenge to select the most suitable flooring which is long lasting, durable and also within the budget that you have set for your kitchen project. How about installing laminate flooring for kitchen in Vancouver? We will explore the factors for consideration and answer some questions that you may have about of using laminate flooring for your kitchen. Read More
Just bought a new house or revamping your home? It would be a great idea to create dream bedroom with laminate flooring in Vancouver. Many homeowners are choosing laminate flooring for the bedroom because they are looking for an alternative to carpet or they prefer the look of hardwood flooring and only have to pay a fraction of the price with laminate flooring.
You get to enjoy a lot of freedom when it comes to incorporating your favorite elements in designing and creating your dream bedroom. Besides the flexibility in decorating the bedroom with laminate flooring, it is also an excellent flooring option if you have kids and pets.
Here are other benefits of laminate flooring:
- Highly durable and far more so than your average wood floor. Ordinary wood flooring tend to cost more, despite not being as durable, which means that it will be very expensive to repair—or more likely, replace—wood flooring.
- Easy to clean
- Better protection against moisture than ordinary wood floors
A few tips that you can consider while creating the design of your dream bedroom with laminate flooring in Vancouver.
- Light-colored, straight-lined laminate floors make the bedroom seems larger.
- Laminate flooring should be slightly darker in color than the walls.
- Pick the furniture before selecting an area rug as they last longer than the rug and you can find a wide variety of designs for rug to create different looks for your dream bedroom.
- Incorporate area rug into the bedroom design as it unifies the furniture that are placed upon it.
- For the master bedroom, the typical placement of the area rug is to place it beneath the bed, covering two-thirds of the floor area, perpendicular to the bed.
- An area rug should be no more than two feet under one side of the bed, the side that opens out into the room.
Laminate flooring enhance the overall design of your dream bedroom and it is a cheaper option than using hardwood flooring. Therefore, you are able to have a bigger budget to spend it on other elements of the bedroom and yet sticking to the budget that you have set aside for the project. Check out our selection of laminate flooring or feel free to email us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any question. Our friendly and experienced team are around to assist you to create your perfect dream home in Vancouver.
Once you step into the exciting world of Krono flooring, you step into a world of design and elegance; with a variety of color and designs and textures- whether you are looking for authentic-looking wood flooring, or something that emulates the look of stone- you need to look no further than Krono flooring. Read More
The Swiss Group Krono, known worldwide for laminate flooring solutions, providing tough, eco-friendly options are known globally for their exceptional manufacturing quality and longevity. The Krono line of flooring includes a wide range of products branded under Kronotex, Kronostar and Kronopol. Read More
Thanks to innovations in the engineering and design of modern-day laminate flooring, not to mention the superior finishes, today’s laminate flooring if just as durable as hardwood flooring- at a fraction of the cost! Here are our top 10 reasons to choose laminate flooring. Read More
Despite the similarity in appearance between laminate flooring and engineered hardwood, they are more dissimilar than alike. Laminate flooring is composed of several layers of material and can be considered a hybrid floor covering.
To dispel any notions that laminate flooring is real wood, it is not. In fact there is often little or no actual wood product used in the manufacture of laminate flooring. It is in actuality a photograph of real wood grain, transformed to thin sheets of paper, and fused together with resin to hold everything together. Read More
Laminate made its first appearance in the early 1900’s where it was originally used for counter tops and back splashes in restaurants, and eventually made its way into homes because it was an inexpensive way to waterproof food preparation areas, and provided more attractive options to steel and butcher blocks. In addition, many businesses of the era used laminate for reception areas in hotels, beauty salons, retail stores, and even found a home in several municipal government buildings as well. Read More