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Grace Your Island or Counter Top with Natural Beauty

Grace Your Island or Counter Top with Natural Beauty! Wood is taking over the household.  It used to be wood was used for everything inside the home but, at the turn of the century formica was introduced and became a commonly used floor and counter covering.  These products were and still are plastic-based, non-sustainable and non-renewable. However, wood offers the complete opposite. It IS sustainable, renewable, recyclable and, often, it becomes a timeless heirloom in your home. Wood can grace your bathroom counters, kitchen counters and islands.  The piece above was a custom designed piece.
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Grey is the New Black!

Wood flooring has it's own natural beauty but, if you're looking to create a different vibe in line with the latest trends, try a white wash or grey stain. We're rolling into the mid-way mark of 2017 and this is still a very popular color trend.  The popularity of greys, off whites and beige see a stronger demand along coastal areas or warmer regions that include Florida, Southern California and Arizona. Grey colored hardwood flooring has been leading the pack for the past few years.  It marries beautifully with a minimalist interior design that has long been popular in the Scandinavian countries. People.
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Go Wide!

Go Wide! While everyone is talking about the "new" trend of wider plank wood flooring we've been on board the Wide Plank Train since our inception in 1988. This is nothing new in the world of wood flooring. It harkens back to early flooring trends from the late 18th and early 19th century when our countryside was peppered with enormous trees that were being cut and hand milled to create a wide plank flooring option that was ubiquitous at the time. Most of our clients are from New England and they've seen the wood flooring in old, historic homes from that period. Upon entering these.
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