If you’re in the market for Toronto hardwood flooring, you’ve most likely started to do some research into what kind of flooring you’re interested in and what width and colour speaks to you. Buying hardwood flooring is an important decision, as it can set the tone for the rest of your home and is typically considered a long-term investment. While the colour and finish are certainly important, selecting the right hardwood flooring involves more than simply choosing what’s pleasing to the eye. Read more
If you’re planning a home or Commercial renovation in 2019 to modernize your space, you need to learn about the latest luxury hardwood flooring trends that will elevate your space. Engineered hardwood flooring by Khayeri Flooring is a beautiful and versatile addition for nearly every room, and the latest flooring colours and style trends will help you create the luxurious, warm, and inviting environment you’ve been dreaming of.
Although European Flooring Group is an engineered hardwood flooring retailer, we always keep the overall aesthetic of your project in mind. It is a known design principal that your hardwood flooring choice sets the foundation of your project’s design palette and that great design is built from the ground up. That’s why we believe it’s important for us to offer a wide range of customization options – not only for hardwood flooring, but also for flooring accessories. Read more
Luxury hardwood flooring continues to grow in popularity, and remains the preferred flooring type for many homes. While flooring trends don’t change nearly as often as other aspects of home decor, there still tends to be continued evolution thanks to advancing technologies and the introduction of new textures and tones. Read more
Engineered wood flooring is a popular flooring choice, despite being a relatively new and innovative development in the flooring world. Engineered flooring consists of a top layer of precious old-growth hardwood placed over a support layer of new-growth, high-density fibreboard. The construction and design of the support layer allow the flooring boards to be produced in an extra wide format while maintaining optimal structural stability. This provides greater value for the consumer and is a more environmentally sustainable choice. Read more
Once you’ve finally found the right hardwood flooring for your space, you’ll need to have the planks professionally installed. It may seem like the installation process is straightforward, but it is important to make sure that the flooring installers know how to install engineered flooring in your space based on the style you desire. As you consider hiring flooring installers, make sure you have a list of questions ready to ask, so that you can be assured that you’re working with a professional and qualified team. Read more
Hardwood floors in Toronto homes are about to experience an increase in foot traffic with the arrival of summer. Summer brings all kinds of opportunities for fun and adventure, but that also means there’s more opportunities to accidentally damage to your hardwood flooring.
While it’s always important to be mindful of damaging your hardwood flooring, we’ve compiled a list of some specific summer maintenance tips to help hardwood floors in Toronto homes continue to look their best.
Chances are your flooring choice will cover one of the largest areas of your home, so it is important to select a style that reflects your taste and works for your space. Today’s modern hardwood floor options include wide plank flooring, a return to diverse patterns, and a wide variety of textures and finishes. It is a good idea to keep in mind that trends are constantly evolving, which means your own style should be the biggest driver when it comes to selecting your floor. Read more
Grey hardwood flooring started to gain popularity a few years ago, following in the trendy footsteps of wide plank hardwood flooring. With the continued popularity of grey hardwood, many home owners are curious about whether it’s the right choice for them. However, when you invest in new hardwood flooring, you want to make sure you are picking the right style and design for your space, as you will likely have the floor for many years to come. Read more