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|Wood flooring is any product manufactured from timber that is designed for use as flooring, either structural or aesthetic. Wood is a common choice as a flooring material and can come in various styles, colors, cuts, and species.
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|Anderson Tuftex Hardwood Floors|
Real wood floors made of Maple, Oak, Beech, Elm, and Pecan should be as familiar to you as the countless city streets that are named after these trees. Their rich natural colors and hand-crafted quality is what we have come to expect in our homes. Now, Anderson has taken wood flooring technology to a place it has never gone before—with Best-in-Class durability.
|Royal Oak Collection|
D&M Flooring has successfully become one of the leading companies in the flooring industry by decisively meeting the wood flooring needs of the north american market.
Nydree Flooring - Formerly Gammapar and PermaGrain Engineered Acrylic Hardwood - Nydree Flooring
|Bruce Hardwood Flooring|
A trusted brand for over a century. Superior quality through exacting precision in the milling process and rigorous inspections featuring up to 75 quality checkpoints. A luxurious selection of design styles, colors, species, and specialty finishes.
|Hartco® Wood Flooring|
Hartco Quality Wood Flooring, among the top flooring brands in the world, has a reputation among commercial designers for design freedom. Hartco's range and flexibility also satisfies a yearning for a highly personal, custom style in the home. Hartco patterns and contrasts help define interiors, from traditional to the avant-garde.
|BR-111 Hardwood Flooring|
BR-111 is the exclusive U.S. importer of Indusparquet exotic hardwood flooring. Available prefinished or unfinished, Indusparquet is kiln-dried and precision milled providing natural beauty, superior durability, and flexible design options.
|Lauzon Hardwood Flooring|
For 30 years we have dedicated ourselves to marrying the artistry of finely crafted wood with the science of producing resilient, naturally comfortable and – equally important – comforting floors. We don’t cut corners. Because we know that for our customers, their homes are more than an investment, they are privileged spaces of repose, comfort and beauty. You wouldn’t skimp on the surfaces that carry you through life. You want them to be beautiful, practical and healthful. We are committed to meeting, even surpassing your expectations.
|Shaw Hardwoods Flooring|
Shaw Hardwood Flooring offers consumers the timeless tradition of hardwood flooring with a wide variety of species, colors, and sizes.
|Columbia Hardwood Flooring|
Columbia Forest Products is North America’s largest manufacturer of hardwood veneer, hardwood plywood and laminated products.
|Mannington Hardwood Flooring|
ManningElegance engineered for superior performance. Engineered Hardwood flooring is real hardwood - the word “engineered” just refers to the way in which it’s made. And there are many benefits to choosing an engineered product over a solid product.
|Armstrong Hardwood Flooring|
Natural beauty and lasting durability. The enduring appeal of hardwood flooring is in its timeless look and the value it adds to your home. Armstrong offers the most choices in styles, finishes, and installation options to fit your taste, lifestyle, and budget. But with so many choices, there’s a lot to think about beyond choosing the right color and wood species. Armstrong takes the guesswork out of the selection process by explaining the important considerations you need to know before buying.
|Kährs Hardwood Flooring|
Kahrs Hardwood Flooring - Do you need a thin wood floor? Are you looking for the warmth of real wood at a great value? Then Linnea may be the correct solution.
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|Translucent, see-through colors are big these days, milky greens and frosted blues showing up on everything from desk accessories to kitchen appliances. How do you achieve that luminous color effect on a larger scale? Simple. Pick a lighter shade of your chosen green or blue as a base coat to paint on the wall. Then glaze over it with a slightly darker shade, mixed with Benjamin Moore’s® Glazing Liquid—for a more translucent look, use more glazing liquid; for a more opaque effect, use less. Dab or blot off the excess with cheesecloth or sponges. The light undercoat showing through creates a luminous, glowing effect that’s appealing and contemporary. || |
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