With Election Day tomorrow, everyone is turning their focus to the White House. We’re also turning our focus to the Oval office but instead of picturing who will sit behind the iconic Resolute Desk on January 20, 2013, we’re looking a little farther down- to the flooring!
The White House, originally built between 1792- 1800, has been home to every U.S. President since John Adams. The West Wing was added to the White house in 1901 and the first Oval Office was constructed in 1909. Each President has the ability to select pictures from the White house’s museum and the design of the oval-shaped rug and flooring.
It’s Labor Day and that means that summer is coming to a close again. Soon, the cooler weather will creep in and we’ll be retreating indoors. Being inside all the time will inevitably lead to want to makeover your home piece by piece. We’ve compiled an extended version of our flooring crafts blog to give you a little extra inspiration.
Summer is a great time to undertake a new home remodeling project. Flooring is the most used surface in your home and it should be displayed proudly—not covered up with a rug! Undertaking such a huge change can be stressful. These three simple steps will walk you through the floor buying process and make this experience a happy one.
We’re parents and we know that our children come before everything else. Their safety is our biggest concern and choosing kid friendly flooring for your home is a big decision. You need affordable floors that are easy to clean, stain resistant, and able to withstand wear-and-tear.
Carpet is the leading type of flooring when it comes to comfort. The softness of carpet is great for cushioning falls, afternoon naps, and everything in between. Carpets should be durable and stain resistant. Choose a brand like Resista SoftStyle that is guaranteed to repel stains for easy cleanup.
Tip: Vacuuming every few days is a must with carpet floors to reduce allergens.