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Flooring Buyer's Guide | HGTV
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Flooring Buyer's Guide | HGTV.

The Best Flooring for Flipping Houses - Flooring Inc
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The Best Flooring for Flipping Houses - Flooring Inc.

Flooring Options, Ideas and Materials | HGTV
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Flooring Options, Ideas and Materials | HGTV.


How to Choose Home Wood Flooring - HGTV Remodels - House Counselor

Laurie March, HGTV Remodels' House Counselor, offers advice about tying together multiple types of wood flooring to meet a teenager's taste.

As the host and creative force behind The House Counselor on HGTVRemodels.com, Laurie March guides her clients through the potential minefield that a remodeling project can become. Her approach to remodeling, which focuses on managing both the emotional and the tactical parts of a project, led the HGTV family of web sites to invite America along for the ride as she tackles challenging home renovations in Hollywood, CA.

Laurie's passion for home improvement and remodeling was unearthed while remodeling her own 1920's Spanish style home. Seeing the challenges firsthand, the entrepreneur took over and in 2005 Laurie founded Improvemental, a project management and design firm that has been a recognized fixture in the Los Angeles remodeling scene -- completing over 50 homes for a highly discerning who's who of writers, producers, and executives in LA.

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It's easy to get confused about flooring and how to treat it. I'd advise you to think about your flooring as one element through the majority of your home. If you whisked all the furniture and d├ęcor out, how do you think it would feel to walk through your home and see all those different floors?

If you're installing wood flooring, I'd urge you to keep it the same through the areas that touch, including the bedrooms and the hallway, and the landing. This will tie your home together, and keep you looking pretty for resale if you ever wanted to sell your home.
You can support the black and red theme in your daughter's room with a black or red rug -- on top of your Oak floors that you're installing everywhere else. If you're set on a black floor for her room -- stick to carpet. It's far easier to replace a carpet later than a black laminate floor that you might regret when your daughter changes her room colors. (hot pink or purple or yellow -- teenagers)

Flooring Options, Ideas and Materials | HGTV

Flooring Trends | HGTV
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Flooring Trends | HGTV.

Flooring Buyer's Guide | HGTV
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Flooring Buyer's Guide | HGTV.

Wood Flooring Buying Guide
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