More stories about Flooring

  • flooring dealers aim to build market share in 2010

    Floor covering dealers face a host of new challenges if they want to prosper in an improving 2010 economy, according to experts speaking at SURFACES 2010.

  • flooring industry tries to sustain itself during downturn

    New products likely to be a big part of SURFACES 2010.

  • news from surfaces 2010

    Hanley Wood editors attended SURFACES 2010 in February and reported back on all the latest flooring industry trends and new products.

  • vintage appeal

    Shipley Architects: DuroDesign's 100 percent postindustrial cork flooring.

  • Product Pros and Cons: Oriented Strand Board vs. Plywood

    Which panel is right for your homes?

  • the chameleon

    The context of its setting—an 18th-century barn renovated as a residence—makes this modern master bath look more modern still.

  • Town House, Washington, D.C.

    Converted long ago to office space, this townhouse in the heart of Washington, D.C.'s downtown commercial district seemed an unlikely candidate for a return engagement as a residence.

  • thin flats, philadelphia

    Design/build firm PLUMBOB LLC subdivided two vacant city lots and inserted these eight condos that blend contemporary interiors with energy-efficient, sustainable living.

  • super save

    Three neglected buildings are rediscovered, repaired, and reused as residential.

  • a bath undivided

    The open floor plans so commonly seen in homes' public living spaces in recent years are finding their way into private areas as well.