Flooring and Area Rugs

Laminate Flooring >>Laminate Flooring
Laminate flooring, often confused with Pergo Flooring, is a great new type of flooring that was introduced into the United States in 1996. The surface wear layer is typically made of aluminium oxide. The pattern of the flooring is a photograph applied to a melamine laminate. Since you can photograph literally anything, the patterns for laminate flooring are endless. However, the most common patterns are wood and stone looks. For superior durability, and very low maintainance, look into laminate flooring.
Hardwood Flooring >>Hardwood Flooring
Hardwood floors have come a long way in the past thirty years. There is a hardwood floor for every room in your home, including those places wood has never gone before, like the kitchen, bath and utility room. There are more choices, styles, colors and finishes available today than ever before. These choices will make your hardwood floor one-of-a-kind!

Bamboo Flooring >>Bamboo Flooring
Bamboo flooring traces it's "grassroots" back to Asia where it takes just three months to fully mature from seed to full stalk. Because of this incredible growth rate, Bamboo flooring is a great choice for the environmentally conscious.

Cork Flooring >>Cork Flooring
Cork Flooring comes from the bark of the Cork Oak. Cork's natural impermeability makes it a smart, but stylish floor. It's also naturally "warm" on your feet, and acts as an insulator. For a comfortable, and beautiful home, consider cork flooring.