The #1 Easiest Way

To Upgrade Your Space Before Spring

Whether you live in the warm desert of Arizona, the balmy hills of California, or the frigid plateaus of North Carolina, you’ve likely come to the same conclusion we have: winter can be dull, lackluster, and void of color.

That’s why we are excited to bring you the #1 way to upgrade your home. It can be accomplished more quickly compared to other projects and yield BIG results. That’s right, we’re talking about the flooring of your home.

1.  REASONS TO REFRESH YOUR FLOORING

Top reasons why you need (and want) to refresh your flooring this season:
  • If you haven’t graced your home with new carpet in ages, consider splurging.
  • What does your kitchen floor look like? Have you been dreaming of tile or even an attractive luxury vinyl tile (LVT)?
If the fashion or functionality of your flooring is in question, it’s time for a makeover.

2.  FRESH PATTERNS AND EXCITING TEXTURES

Consider choosing fresh patterns and exciting textures for your new carpet, tile, or wood floors. You deserve it, having been cooped up in the house for so long (and longer yet, for winter has only been here for two months).
  • Are your eyes tired of looking at the “same old thing” every day?
  • Are you still using the flooring that came with your house when you bought it?
Just a few of the questions to consider if you are on the fence about whether now is the right time to upgrade your flooring.

3.  POPULAR FLOORING UPGRADE OPTIONS

Here are some of the most popular flooring options:
  • Natural or bold kitchen tiles (mosaic, stone, marble, etc.)
  • Elegant bathroom tile
  • Lush and resilient carpeting
  • Hardwood and LVT

DESIGN TREND

Your home reflects how you feel about yourself

It can also dictate how you feel about the world. This is either the most freeing or most debilitating revelation a homeowner can realize. Does it mean your space needs to change?

DESIGN TIP OF THE MONTH

Upscale your walls without paint

Create a fresh photo gallery wall with recent photos of your family. Vary the frame size/material for an eclectic look or keep the frames a similar shape and matching color for a more pristine result.