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Defining Hardwood Flooring Styles: Reclaimed, Rustic, and Modern

For first time flooring buyers the various flooring styles may get overwhelming at first, but fear not – our Design Specialists at European Flooring have put together a simple hardwood flooring style guide to help you find the flooring that best fits your overall interior design concept.

It is important for homeowners to have a clear vision of the look and feel they would like to achieve in their space before starting the search for their hardwood flooring. It is also recommended to have a good understanding of their home’s design style. Whether your home is traditional, contemporary, or modern, European Flooring has the perfect fit for you.

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How To Complement Your Luxury Hardwood Flooring

The timeless and elegant feel of hardwood flooring has helped it remain a hugely popular choice in luxury homes across the world. Not only is wood flooring beautiful, but it’s also durable, practical and versatile too. However, with all the benefits luxury hardwood flooring can bring to a home, these floors can sometimes be downplayed without even realizing it, as home owners are not entirely sure how to best highlight their natural beauty. With that in mind, we’re offering helpful details on how to bring out the best in your luxury wood floors. Read more

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Engineered Hardwood Flooring to Suits Your Needs

Once you’ve made the choice to proceed with engineered flooring, you will still need to decide which type will work best with your design style and the atmosphere you are trying to achieve.

Engineered hardwood flooring is produced by using a core of hardwood, plywood, or high-density fibre. Then a top layer is created by gluing hardwood veneer to the top surface. Since engineered wood flooring comes in almost any hardwood species, consumers have a wide range of wood options to consider. European Flooring offers a wide range of engineered hardwood flooring, with four specific collections to choose from. Read more

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How To Avoid Damage To Your Hardwood Flooring

New hardwood floors can completely revitalize and renew a space. Once your new floors have been installed, it can be tempting to just enjoy them and not think about how to ensure that they will look good for decades to come. You spent a lot of time and money on the right hardwood flooring for your Toronto home or office, so it is worth it to take preventative measures to limit scratches and other damage. Read more