Top Flooring Choices For Second Story Rooms

When it comes to second story rooms, noise-absorption is a key flooring concern, and since the second story of your home is a common spot for bedrooms, comfort and warmth are also important considerations. Keep reading to learn about the best flooring options for your second story rooms. The team at Floor Coverings International has all the…
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The Best Flooring Solutions for Your Stairs

Stairways often experience some of the highest amounts of traffic in your home. For this reason, it can be difficult to decide on flooring for stairs that balances design, comfort, and durability. Homeowners trust Floor Coverings International when it comes to their flooring needs and we’re here to help you find the perfect option for your stairs.…

Going Coastal: 3 Flooring Ideas for Your Beach House

Coastal, beach-inspired design is meant to reflect the coastal environment, so it often features natural textures, nautical details and shades of blue and white. If you love the breezy, laid-back feel of coastal style, know that we can help you achieve it! Here at Floor Coverings International, we offer a wide variety of flooring products to make…

Tips for Keeping Luxury Vinyl Tile from Fading Over Time

Luxury vinyl is a comfortable, stylish, and affordable alternative to many other types of flooring. The only downside to vinyl is that while durable, it can fade over time. If you want to keep your luxury vinyl looking like new, one of the first things you're going to have to do is actively prevent fading.…

The 4 Best Hardwoods for Humid Climates

If you live in a humid climate, your home can begin to feel like a sauna from the rising temperatures and high humidity, and you might think that hardwood isn’t the best flooring option. However, you don’t have to give up on this dream just yet. There are plenty of wood species that can withstand…

Best Flooring Options for a Spanish Colonial Home

Forget Crockett and Tubbs... Miami’s vice is architecture. The city has always had a love affair with trophy buildings. Miami Beach’s Art Deco District features 800 historic structures – a kaleidoscope of pastel buildings with fanciful porthole windows, ship-like railings, sleek curves and shiny terrazzo floors. Built between 1920 and 1943, these tropical drink-colored hotels and…

Get the Look: Mid-Century Modern

Mid-century modern style of the 1950s and ‘60s has experienced a major resurgence in recent years. Many homeowners appreciate mid-century modern design for its clean lines and warm, comfortable feel. Though you may not want your entire home to look straight out of the 20th century, adding touches of the mid-century modern look throughout your…

Best Options for Handicapped Accessible Flooring

Are you renovating a home for a handicapped individual? For the most part, handicapped accessible homes are designed to aid those with limited mobility – though other disabilities such as blindness and deafness could also be considered. Hard, smooth surfaces are typically easier for people with mobility issues to navigate. With that in mind, here…

Hardwood vs. Carpet: Basement Edition

Basements aren’t the dingy, cold storage spaces with low ceilings they once were. Instead, basements are now one of the most multipurpose spaces in your home. The majority of new homes built in Vancouver and Burnaby are well-insulated, partially above-ground spaces, to be used as anything your heart desires. This begs the question: What kind…

The Best Flooring Options for Contemporary Homes

If you like a modern design aesthetic, chances are that you live in a contemporary home. The sleek look of contemporary design is highly desirable and sought after, with the streamlined style of modern homes giving a futuristic sense of unique luxury. But what sort of flooring options go best with the clean lines and…