With a pet around, a home instantly becomes a much livelier place to be. Playing, cuddling, romping about: what could be more fun? Still, your furry friend may have a little accident from time to time. No need to panic; there’s an easy solution! The only thing you need is a bucket, a mop and Quick-Step cleaning agent.
Professional cyclist Iljo Keisse and his wife An-Sofie Zenner chose parquet flooring by Quick-Step when they renovated their house. ‘We wanted a look that not only gives a warm, natural impression, but feels that way too,’ says An-Sofie. Sustainability also played an important role in their choice.
In our Quick-Step hardwood collections you´re sure to find the perfect floor for your interior. But did you know that you can also process Quick-Step wood in other, more creative ways in your interior? We’ll give you a little inspiration with these 3 ideas!
Colour and the meaning behind it is very decisive for your interior. We’ve already explored red and yellow earlier, and this time we’ll be focusing on green. What effect will the colour have on your interior, and where in your home would the colour fit best?
Colour plays a key role in your interior. Not only does colour create a certain atmosphere, it can also be used to make a room appear smaller or larger. In addition, colour brings out your personality and it can influence your mood. Discover what feelings are conjured up by the colour red.
Triple Dutch racing champion Niki Terpstra and his wife Ramona tied the knot this week. They recently also decided to tackle the somewhat cold interior of their new house, starting with brand new 'Imperio' parquet flooring. "We dreamt of a cosy interior. The warm feel of real wood gives our rooms the soft character we were looking for," Niki Terpstra says. Let’s take a look inside!
The world of design and interiors is currently very focused on exotic influences, foreign cultures and natural materials and patterns. Ethnic is totally in. But how should these colourful and dynamic influences be integrated in your interior? Begin by gathering up your unique holiday souvenirs and heirlooms, and follow these three tips!
Despite the late March showers, summer is finally on the horizon. Even though your home can feel pretty cosy at the tail end of winter, you’re also starting to feel that familiar urge to let in some fresh air and clean the house, move the furniture around, introduce a couple of new accessories… You probably can’t wait to let in lots of sun and tons of light.
Almost everyone integrates something of his or her personality into their interior. A colour accent, decoration, the use of materials … Everyone likes to put their stamp on an interior. Want to take a further creative step and choose a personalised floor? It’s easier than it sounds!
A new year, a new project. Why not finally start (re)painting that wall or ceiling you’ve been ignoring for so long. You don’t want that new colour to show up on your floor, however. Protecting it will be crucial, along with preventing your shoe soles from spreading the paint around the house. Let’s find out more.
Nowadays, purely natural things have gained in popularity, and that also applies to interior design. The nude & neutral trend immediately stands out because of the use of gentle, earthy colours and identifiable, unprocessed materials. Simple and sober has become very fashionable. We can already give you a few tips on how to be up-to-date with this trend.
Floors needn’t always be made of recently felled timber. The wood retrieved from old floors, railroad sleepers, barns or fallen trees offers many eye-catching flooring possibilities. Discover three reasons why reclaimed wood floors are really worth considering.