Ceramic Tile and Porcelain Tile are a stunning way to convert and beautify your kitchen, bathroom, fireplace area or floor and walls throughout your whole home. Tile flooring enhance any space by providing infinite stylistic opportunities and they are a durable, long lasting material, ensuring that you enjoy your design for a long time. So, whether you go for the subtle classic look, more modern colorful designs or the bold mosaic tiles, they are always a good choice.
Granite tile, marble tile, slate tile and other natural stone tile are versatile materials with varying hardness, colors and applications. Travertine, granite counter top, marble tile, natural stone flooring and the use of these materials in other applications, like in bathrooms, landscaping and decorative trims, can add stern style to a room or add warm character and rustic appeal.
As a finishing touch to an already elegant room, carpet can add a further level of contrast and beauty.
The look, feel, and tone of new carpeting can change the whole personality of your home. Before you buy a product that will likely be with you for seven years or more, you may want to consider some of the features that distinguish one carpet from another, affect its service life, and determine its overall cost. Better carpets have better latex adhesive.
Carpet quality is judged by density and pile. Density is the thickness and closeness of the pile yarn. High density is considered an advantage. The very densest carpets are so packed with fiber per square inch, that it is difficult to wiggle a finger all the way down to the mesh. So, the denser the pile, the better the carpet.
The industry recognizes three different types of textures:
Also called velvet because of its smooth face, is both dense and uniform. Carpet buyers choose plush for a formal look.
Less formal with individual strands of yarn twisted together and heat set. Saxony’s texture is varied and irregular in contrast to plush’s uniform appearance.
The most durable and least formal of the three pile styles. Frieze has a nubby texture and a characteristic curl that comes from tightly twisting the yarn before looping and cutting it.