Five Fabulous Floors for your Home Renovation

Nothing ties together a room better than fabulous flooring. Feel like your space needs an upgrade? Get some inspiration from these finalists of the 2019 CHBA National Awards for Housing Excellence.

Snazzy Tile

Timberworx Custom Homes incorporated high-end finishes, especially the accent floor tiles, to give this bathroom a grand feel and will make any day a spa day for the homeowners.

Green with Envy – Timberworx Custom Homes (Detached Homes – Custom | Under 2,500 sqft)

Classic Hardwood

Ashton Luxury Living’s prairie style home The Cambridge is inspired by Scandinavian design while keeping the details simple, practical, and luxurious. These wide plank hand scraped hardwood floors give the home a classic, yet sophisticated feel.

The Cambridge – Ashton Luxury Living Inc. (Detached Homes – Production | 2,201 to 2,500 sqft)

Herringbone Elegance

The herringbone pattern of the Ash hardwood flooring brings elegance to this trendy, modern styled home. Guests will be wowed as soon as they set foot in this grand entranceway created by McKinley Masters Custom Homes.

The Vale – McKinley Masters Custom Homes (Detached Homes – Custom | Over 5,000 sqft)

Abstract Patterns

My House Design/Build perfectly incorporated personality into this modern oasis. The hexagonal pattern demonstrates not only the uniqueness of the homeowners but how to successfully incorporate abstract designs to your home décor.

Mid-Century Revival – My House Design/Build Team (Whole Home – $150,000 to $300,000)

Concrete is Cool!

Haven Builders created a sleek and smooth finish in this mid-century home. The concrete floors give the home a modern, minimalist elegance at a lower price point than tile, wood, or natural stone. Beautiful to the eye AND the bank account.

As Wright as Mid-Century – Haven Builders (Detached Homes – Production | Over 3,000 sqft)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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