The Simple Transition…Tile and Wood

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The Simple Transition…Tile and Wood

Open floor plans are very popular today, all the rooms mixed in one is a regular thing. You can accentuate your areas using various space dividers, accents and floor covers. Tiles in the kitchen, wood in the living room, concrete in the entryway… but how to make a transition between them in a cool way? Here are some new desing ideas that may help you.

Traditionally, flooring treatments have been separated by “transition strips”—narrow boards that neatly cut off wood or carpeted sections of a room—but now, homeowners and designers are doing away with the defined separation in favor of something far more interesting.

Transitional flooring, also known as tile transitioning, is a new design trend that features flushed tile and hardwood in the same room. The treatment does away with segmented spaces and instead allows the two flooring materials to meet and even mingle! No hard and fast flooring rules here!

Design your floor so the switch happens in a shaped, curved or diagonal line instead of something straight and right-angled. Cut your wooden floors to match edge of the tile, whether it’s square, hexagonal or any other else, and you’ll get a stylish and eye-catchy transition that will accentuate different zones in your home.

If you would like to add wood flooring to your home with a special application, contact Superior Floors, 4397 Route 9 Warrensburg, NY 12885 Phone: 518-623-2874. A hardwood flooring company specifically dedicated to professional hardwood flooring sales, installation, sanding and finishing.  Assisting in custom product design and offering a wide range of hardwood flooring styles, all manufactured in house. They will join us this year at the Home Expo in booth 105A.

With a few short weeks to go…are you ready to with our list of vendors to visit for your next project?

Stay tuned for more Adventures in Styleland…

XOXO

Michele Conti

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