6 Bathrooms With Gorgeous Herringbone Tile Floors

I think it’s fair to say that I think about tile a bit more than the average person. I also get very excited about tile trends, and one of my favorite recent developments in the world of tile is a new look that’s actually quite old: rectangular tiles laid in a herringbone pattern. I can’t get enough of it, especially in the bathroom. READ MORE » Powered by WPeMatico

This Non-Traditional Hardwood Floor is On the Rise

Here’s a non-traditional hardwood floor that deserves a second look: wide planks. These beautifully crafted floors really evoke a sense of warmth and old-world charm, and make your room look larger, more open and less crowded. When the outside world feels complicated, unpredictable — and sometimes downright unsafe — creating a warm, authentic environment at home seems more important than ever. As trends go, this one has weight and longevity. READ MORE » Powered by WPeMatico

10 Temporary & Removable Adhesive Products All Renters Should Know About

Renters like nice things too! And, thankfully, each year more and more products emerge that are removable and won’t jeopardize your security deposit when you move out. So, you can fix up your space temporarily and not sacrifice style. Here are ten rental-worthy products —all adhesive — to consider. READ MORE » Powered by WPeMatico

​The Uber-Easy "Always and Never" Guide to Making Hardwood Floors Last Forever

Wood floors are beautiful and cozy and add so much personality to our homes. But maintaining them can be confusing. What kind of finish do I have on my floors? Is it really okay to clean them with white vinegar? Should I have people take off their shoes in order to keep my floors nice? And when do I need to refinish them? This guide takes the guesswork out of caring for your hardwood floors with some “always and never” tips to keep that gorgeous wood in tip-top shape. READ MORE » Powered by WPeMatico

Herringbone Pattern Floors Are Now at Your Fingertips

You’ve probably seen them in photos of stately old European buildings: scene-stealing floors, with the planks arranged in a distinctive ‘V’ shape. Perhaps you have wondered whether it would be possible to recreate the look in your own home. If so, you’ve come to the right place. There are, in fact, manufacturers who make wood flooring specifically designed to be laid in a herringbone or chevron pattern, so you don’t have to cut anything (except at edges and corners, of course). We’ve rounded up some of the best ones out there. READ MORE » Powered by WPeMatico