When Joyce and her husband purchased their home at the end of 2016, one thing was certain — they had a lot of work to do. They had a clear idea of how they wanted their dream home to look, and they set to work, knowing that replacing the floor was one of the many things that they needed to do.
Glitter, glamour, elegance, style… You will find it all at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia. And while you’re taking in the stunning designs, perhaps your eye will be drawn to the equally stunning floor? With Quick-Step as the official sponsor, there will be plenty of opportunities to admire the items chosen specifically for this world-famous event.
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.
Quick-Step’s new Pulse collection is the floor of the future. The luxury vinyl collection, with an unprecedented realistic look achieved through a revolutionary production method, is the most practical designer floor on the market today. Pulse is hard-wearing, water-tight, warm, sound-absorbent, just as attractive as wood and produced entirely free of phthalates.
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.
While futuristic developments follow in quick succession and standardisation and prefabrication have become the norm, there is a growing need to put our own stamp on our interiors. The floor is at the basis and just through your choice of wood, tiles or one of the other options, you can personalise your home. You can even go one step further and turn your floor into something unique and created by you: a personalised floor.
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.
With age comes experience — but it can also make common tasks more difficult to do, such as walking up and down stairs. Perhaps you’re already planning modifications to your home, or maybe you’re thinking of downsizing. Either way, here are some things to consider!