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Eco Friendly Furniture – Green Furniture – Eco Furniture – The Daily Green

Eco Friendly Furniture – Green Furniture – Eco Furniture – The Daily Green

EcoSystems Table It has gotten easier to find great furniture with style and value, and that also goes easier on the planet. For example, EcoSystems' Glass Table has ingenious Snug-It Connectors that allow for their high quality furniture to be shipped flat (saving space), and assembled without … [Read more...]

Natural Bamboo Flooring – Eco Friendly – Comfort – Quality – Beautiful

[adsenseyu3] Bamboo is a grass actually, not wood. Because bamboo doesn't get any bigger after 4-6 years, wood will be bigger and bigger when years going. Bamboo is one of the fastest growing plants in the world, after 6 years, it has to be harvested or died by itself. Then new bamboo will come … [Read more...]

Mohawk Rolls Out Strand Bamboo | from the floors up

Mohawk Rolls Out Strand Bamboo | from the floors up

Bamboo has generated plenty of interest in flooring because of its green attributes, but traditional bamboo floors have shortcomings. Because it’s a grass, not a wood, traditional bamboo is relatively soft. Mohawk has addressed this problem with new bamboo flooring that’s harder than oak—and uses … [Read more...]

Shaw Floors Chosen by House Beautiful: Kitchen of the Year | from the floors up

[adsenseyu3] Shaw Floors has been chosen by House Beautiful magazine for its fourth annual “Kitchen of the Year.” As the flooring sponsor, the kitchen will feature Shaw’s Grand Canyon, a hardwood style made from 100% post-industrial wood byproducts. The design reflects Tyler Florence’s … [Read more...]

Ceramic Tile Problems

Ceramic Tile Problems

Ceramic Tile Problems: Lippage is how level the tiles are in relationship to the neighboring tiles. If the tiles are not level it could mean the sub-floor is not level or there is debris under the tile, the tile was not set properly in the mortar, or the tiles were manufactured at varying … [Read more...]