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MAY
2013

Grounded: Why a Glass Floor is Not as Crazy as it Sounds

Glass Floors   I can’t imagine that there is anyone left who hasn’t seen or at least heard of glass tiles on the backsplash of a kitchen…     …or glass tiles on the walls of a bathroom…   When a new client asks about flooring materials for...
21
MAY
2013

Grounded: Part 4 in the Series on Residential Flooring, It’s a Cork Walk.

  A flooring material close to my heart is cork.  When I first decided to use cork in my own house 20 years ago, no one was using it and the contractor thought I was crazy! But I had a vision of a glossy, red cork floor.  Had I seen it anywhere? Nope.  But that’s what being...
15
MAY
2013

Grounded: 3rd part in a series on Flooring for the Home – Bamboo

I’ve never been in a bamboo forest, but I imagine a deeply lush, impossibly green thicket that is alive with tropical sounds and dripping with humidity.  I imagine pinpoints of sun penetrating the thick foliage above and fuzzy baby pandas feasting on the tender young shoots.  Of...
07
MAY
2013

Grounded: Part 2 in the Series on Residential Flooring

Many clients ask whether or not wood flooring is a practical choice for a kitchen floor. The answer is yes and no. How’s that for definitive? Like so many things in the home, so much depends on how you live and what your tolerance level is for certain materials. Wood floors have...