Your home is a reflection of your personality. From the furniture to the flooring, every little detail speaks volumes about your personal style. At Oak and Broad, we always love having our clients discuss their aesthetic vision with us so we can pull together our resources to make it all a reality.
Hardwood planks are natural products—they’re essentially planks of real wood. However, certain features like color variation, knots and patterns can give it different looks.
Wood flooring is one of the last jobs of any construction project. Here’s a list of things you should check for before getting wood flooring.
If the concept of Janka hardness is new to you, you’re not alone! Even among seasoned lovers of interior design, many don’t have the faintest idea of what Janka hardness is, or that it plays a central role in determining the strength and durability of their hardwood floors.
It’s a classic option that’s been a crowd-favorite for centuries! But given that hardwood floors are usually reserved for living rooms and bedrooms, you’re right to suspect that they’re not suited for kitchen floors.
Beautiful and elegant, hardwood flooring is popular for obvious reasons. However, even with the bevy of designs available, many homeowners want something decidedly more special.
Most people would prefer to purchase a property that has original hardwood flooring, as opposed to one with basic tiles or laminate around the house. Not to offend any lovers of the latter two options, but when you objectively look at different flooring options, hardwood flooring comes out as the clear winner!