Unique Carpet

Oscar-Claude Monet  was a founder of French impressionist painting. The term “Impressionism” derives from the title of his painting Impression, soleil levant, which translates to Impression, Sunrise. Impressionist painting characteristics include  relatively small, thin, yet visible open brush strokes. There is an emphasis on never ending movement and different lighting. The more unusual the angles, the better. What is the reason […]

Decorating With Geometrics

Geometrics. The word that made me cringe from elementary school up until high school. But now, I get giddy when customers chose any product that has geometrics! Geometric patterns add just enough eye-catching funk without making your head spin. Have you ever asked yourself, “Where do I begin decorating with geometrics”? Here are 5 ways to “shape” up your home […]

Carpet Over The Years

My dad sent me this awesome interview with Emily Morrow, from Shaw Flooring. I’d love to share it with you because I found it very interesting and thought you might too! To the American family before the 1950s, carpeting was a luxury that was out of reach. Then comes 1951, post-World War II housing boom, and […]

CFI Carpet Installer Training & Certification Course

We are proud and thrilled to announce that we will be hosting our first CFI (Certified Flooring Installers) certification course on January 9th-10th, 2015. This will be the first time in over a decade that CFI has held a course in New England! The two day event will take place at our new headquarters in Avon, […]