Four Practical Flooring Options for Stylishly Tiled Bathrooms

Posted on: 30 June 2018
If you are updating your bathroom's flooring, then you will want something that goes with your existing wall tiles. The most common form of wall treatment in modern bathrooms, wall tiles are stylish and practical. With a stylish bathroom design, the quality—or lack of it—of the floor can make all the difference to the overall look of the room, especially if it does not coordinate well with your walls' tiling. Get the flooring right, and everything else in your bathroom will be given a lift.
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3 Reasons to Pick Small Tiles Over Large Tiles for Your Kitchen Floor

Posted on: 23 April 2018
When it comes to choosing materials for your kitchen floor, the convention wisdom will tell you to use large format tiles. However, you shouldn't take that advice at face value and assume that small format floor tiles hold no merits. In fact, there are plenty of advantages that come with using smaller tiles for your kitchen floor. Here are just three reasons you should use small tiles instead of large tiles for your kitchen floor.
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Characteristics of Tallowwood That Make Is Ideal For Decking

Posted on: 14 November 2017
Tallowwood is a timber species native to the wet coastal areas of Australia, particularly in New South Wales. Although it is characterised as hardwood, it is moderately soft, making it one of the easier timber species to work with, unlike some of the harder timber species. If you are looking to construct a deck on your property, the following are some of the characteristics you should know of tallowwood that would make it a suitable option for your needs.
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Why Timber Floor Sanding is Always Best Left to Professionals

Posted on: 22 June 2017
It's always recommended that you sand and refinish your home's timber floors on a regular basis; sanding will remove scratches and scuffs, as well as an old layer of finish that may be holding dirt and dust. After sanding, you can put down a fresh coat of sealant to help protect the floors. While floor sanding may seem like a simple job, there are some very good reasons why it's best left to a professional; note a few of those reasons here so you know how to take the best care of your home's flooring.
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