Cedar Park Flooring

Extending Indoors to Outside by Blurring Floor Boundaries

Fooling the eye and blurring boundaries when connecting indoor and outdoor living spaces is one of the latest techniques in designing an open floor plan. The idea is to open kitchens and other communal living areas to the outdoors with a glass door that can slide or accordion to merge the two worlds. Flooring plays…
Cedar Park Tile

Porcelain Vs. Ceramic Tile Flooring: The Differences

Tile flooring is popular because it is durable and waterproof. It can be used in the wet areas of your home, such as the kitchen and bathrooms. When you look at tile, there are two main options: Porcelain and ceramic. It’s important to know the differences so that you can find the one that’s right…