Selecting Kitchen Flooring with Rebecca Robeson

Interior design specialist, Rebecca Robeson tells us what’s hot in the floor design world. She highlights many of today’s best flooring options, including; tone, tile, travertine, concrete … kitchen flooring choices are endless and overwhelming. So how do you know what it’s going to look like with the cabinet finish you just selected? San Diego-based interior designer Rebecca Robeson is ready to help you design your dream kitchen! In this episode, Rebecca helps you answer the question: what kind of flooring should I use? She’ll walk you through three kitchens featuring distinctively different flooring and explain how materials like stone, wood and tile can complement the countertops, backsplashes and cabinets you’ve already chosen. She’ll even show you how to add area rugs for warmth, color and style! Want more design tips from Rebecca? Visit The Design Network to view her other her other series “Live Your Style” and “MyPad.” Go...

Home Flooring Inspiration: Before and After Kitchen Remodels

We’ve collected some amazing before and after kitchen remodels that really show off what you can do with a total disaster. We really love the flooring in all of these, and this just goes to show homeowners that you can install wood laminate flooring in kitchens. We would like to thank HGTV for the original article, which can be found here. As always, if you’ve been inspired by these transformations and want help transforming your home please contact us for a free flooring consultation and measurement – 801-906-8058 -This kitchen was just plain scary. Covered in trash and mouse droppings, it was hard to imagine any light at the end of this kitchen-makeover tunnel. -Hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines have done it again! Definitely one of their most impressive makeovers to date, this kitchen went from danger zone to dazzling. White cabinetry and light gray walls create a warm, cheery environment, while a stunning handmade island takes center stage. -Yikes! This Detroit home featured on HGTV’s Rehab Addict put host Nicole Curtis to the test. -New floors and appliances, creamy walls and the addition of classic white appliances turned this once-scary kitchen into an adorable family hub. – Nicole Curtis -It takes a creative eye to see how HGTV’s Fixer Upper hosts Chip and Joanne Gaines could turn this dated kitchen into a more contemporary space. Luckily for the Jonklass family, the talented duo was up for the task. -The original cabinets were painted white for instant warmth in this newly renovated kitchen. The wall to the dining room was removed, creating a more bright and open space. New wood floors, granite countertops and...

5 Wood Floors Images That Will Inspire Your Next Home Remodel

Scouring the interwebs for the best wood flooring projects can either be a mind number, or exhilarating process, I guess it depends on your love of design, and the resources you’ve been viewing. Luckily, we like good wood flooring too, and we like showing you how good a home remodel can look. We pulled images from Elle Decor UK and Dwell for this feature, as we found some of our very favorite photos of gorgeous interiors on their sites. We think they make for some great inspiration. We’d love to see what your idea of what good interior design looks like, with flooring involved, of course. An island can become a practical kitchen designed in one compact unit if it includes an integrated sink, oven and worktop. Place it in the centre of a room to preserve original features in a classic home. This island is aligned with the dining table in the room beyond, so that it’s easily accessible; both are finished in white to create a cohesive scheme throughout PHOTOGRAPHY: SISTERS AGENCY A San Francisco architect erected this self-sustaining building in a dense urban neighborhood. Outfitted with shelves by EZ Shelving and a generic tool chest, the kitchen’s galvanized steel integrated counter and sink was designed by Baker and fabricated by DeFauw Design + Fabrication. A vintage pair of Norman Cherner’s Plycraft chairs and an A Chair by sustainable furniture-maker David Colwell surround a table by Pacassa Studios, which mounted a custom top on a Herman Miller Eames base. All appliances are electric, including heat-radiating panels, a combo washer-dryer unit, and an induction stove. – See more A design-savvy family in Copenhagen crafted their dream townhouse. A vaulted loft...

Interior Design Inspiration

Wood, and how it’s used throughout a home, creates a lasting design that grows with the owner over time. This Elle Decor featured reclaimed barn at it’s finest. Check out more photos by clicking here. “An 18th-century sofa covered in a Fabricut fabric faces a wardrobe custom made from reclaimed wood and a Queen Anne corner chair in the bedroom; the rug is vintage, the walls are painted in a custom C2 Paint color, and the ceiling and floors are of reclaimed wood.”...

Interior Design Inspiration with Alex Michaelis

We are absolutely stunned by the skill of interior design guru, Alex Michaelis, recently he did an interview with Interior Design magazine. See an excerpt below and click the link for the entire article. From its humble beginnings in a converted loft, Alex Michaelis and Tim Boyd’s London-based architecture firm Michaelis Boyd is now firmly established on the global stage. The duo formally founded Michaelis Boyd in 1995 and quickly became known for their simple and elegant designs for hotels, restaurants and residential projects. Michaelis Boyd now has a staff of 65 and works across locations as widespread as Shanghai, Botswana and Dubai. Each space is tailored to the individual needs of the client and its context, which has resulted in a diverse output ranging from chic interiors for The Groucho Club in London and the Soho House Group to more down-to-earth restaurants for chains including Byron and Cabana. – continue...

Interior Design Inspiration by Joshua Rice

This Joshua Rice interior design inspiration comes way of a Dallas home to die for. Joshua had these insights into his design, “This inviting Dallas home makes the most of its wooded lot with an interior courtyard and plenty of windows. Its living room features a mix of comfortable seating with more unique, collectible pieces — like the Jean Prouvé daybed or Vincent van Duysen chairs by the window. “I wanted the space to feel like a home rather than a museum,” interior designer Joshua Rice says. – See...