Most tiled floors feature tiles that are installed square with the room. While this often looks neat and clean, it can make small spaces look even tinier, and this style doesn’t add much visual intrigue. If you want to take your floor to the next level, however, try installing tile . . . Read more
Wood provides a classic rustic look for any part of your home. One look at the aged material conjures memories of the outdoors and vintage cabins in idyllic settings. The problem is that wood isn’t a viable option in some parts of your home. Spaces that are susceptible to moisture . . . Read more
Sure, your grout was sealed when you first installed your tile, but did you know that you’re supposed to reseal grout? It’s true; grout sealing can erode away with harsh cleaners and hard scrubbing. In order to protect your grout, you need to maintain a good sealant. Check out the . . . Read more
For those who don’t love their bathroom tiles, we’ve got great news. Painting tiles is the easy, affordable DIY alternative to an expensive bathroom renovation. As long as the tiles are still in good shape, painting will save you the cost and inconvenience of tearing them out and replacing them. . . . Read more
If you’re a DIY pro, or even a skilled and ambitious DIY beginner, laying ceramic tile isn’t as difficult as you may think. In fact, anyone who knows their way around a trowel and a tile cutter can install ceramic (or porcelain!) tile in just 7 easy steps! Check out . . . Read more
With so many options available, selecting the perfect tile for your space can be challenging. When it comes to choosing between ceramic and porcelain tile, it can be seem even more complicated because these types of tile are so similar: they look the same and are both made from kiln-fired . . . Read more
Choosing your best option for bathroom flooring option can be tricky. Here is the breakdown on bathroom tile options so you can choose what’s best for you:
Here are wood flooring alternatives to complete your kitchen.
Many homeowners wonder whether they should start with the cabinets or floors. Here’s a look at the pros and cons of either order.
Depending on your type of floors, the type of cleaning will vary, but any floor can be cleaned easily. Here’s how to clean your kitchen floor.