In the wood flooring industry, 2017 saw an increased preference for neutral tones and textured, matte surfaces. Raw materials that showcased the beauty of nature were also heavily favoured. Expect these trends to continue in 2018, which will be defined by four key words: patterns, nature, width and character.
In wood flooring, the use of the word grade has nothing to do with quality. In fact, grades are used to differentiate the various wood species’ appearances. Continue reading to find out more about our grades.
When we feel the need for change, our first instinct is to surf the net for ideas. So prepare a snack and then settle in for some inspiration time with these 10 looks we’ve sourced for you. We’ve already featured a few of these ideas this year and remain just as enthusiastic about them.
Wood has long been associated with a rustic look, often with a glossy finish that we find in our country houses. Nowadays wood of the most natural appearance is very popular across a wide range of decoration styles, from traditional to contemporary. This trend brings us back to the basics and proposes an“all-wood look”. To get advice and learn more about this trend, we’ve asked Marie-Eve Cloutier, interior designer and founder of Trajectoire Design in Montreal.
Salvaging and restoring vintage furniture finds from the attic, bargain hunting at sidewalk sales, painting, tinkering, and “touching up” … summer is the best time to spruce up your décor. We’ve come up with some practical but pretty ideas for easy, creative projects for your free time.
A large part of our work at Mercier Wood Flooring is developing the innovative solutions that make our floors so exceptional. It’s why we’re proud of our Generations Intact 2500 finish, the most flexible and impact-resistant commercial finish on the market. So proud in fact, we’ll even reveal all the secrets that make this finish one of its kind.