Your Guide to Choosing the Right Flooring for Your Home Decor

Your Guide to Choosing the Right Flooring for Your Home Decor

Guide To Picking Flooring For Your Home Decor Shop Now The right flooring has the power to tie your entire interior design aesthetic together — creating a cohesive look that reflects your unique style. And many homeowners think there’s nothing quite like the look of hardwood to give their space a dose of elegant charm. Luckily, with designer laminate wood flooring, you can give your home a luxurious upgrade without the luxury price tag. And with so many style options to choose from, your biggest challenge will be choosing your favorite. (But don’t worry; with our free samples you won’t run the risk of getting stuck with floors you don’t love.) So if you’re considering making the switch to designer laminate wood flooring (good choice!), the following are some of our top wood laminate styles to pair with your preferred home decor style. Mid-Century Modern Characterized by its clean lines and gentle curves, mid-century modern decor has made a big comeback in recent years. It’s the ideal aesthetic for minimalists, as it prioritizes function over form. But what makes the mid-century modern style especially unique is that it expertly combines sometimes-contrasting materials and colors (think: natural wood tones mixed with ‘60s mod pops of color) to create a warm, yet modern, living space. Our favorite laminate wood styles for the mid-century modern design aesthetic are: Cutting Board Stripes Classic Aged Oak Springdale Blackwood Aged Honey Oak Grassy Creek Maple   Coastal Inspired by the ocean, the coastal aesthetic is characterized by fresh, cool tones. Whether you live near the coast — or just want to feel like you do —... Read More

Wood Flooring Trends for 2018

Wood Flooring Trends in 2018   There’s no better time to update your home with new flooring than now. With fresh new trends in wood flooring for 2018, there are plenty of styles to choose from to fit your personal taste and home decor. We’ve rounded up the best of wood flooring for the upcoming year below. Scroll down to see them all! GRAY FLOORING A more modern approach to flooring, gray floors have become increasingly popular for homes that will continue into the new year. These cooler-toned wood floors add a subtly chic and contemporary touch to your home without being too loud. Once overshadowed by darker hues, gray wood floors are the perfect solution if you’re going for a light and airy feel throughout your home. NATURAL FLOORING Another on-trend look for home decor, natural wood flooring gives the same light feel as grayscale with a much warmer vibe. Ranging from bohemian to traditional styles, natural wood flooring pairs well with almost any decor while still remaining on-trend. The neutral tones are incredibly versatile and timeless, making this a trend that will be here to stay. DARK FLOORING While dark wood flooring has been a staple for a while, it’s no longer just reserved for rustic or traditional homes anymore. Rich espresso floors can be placed against stark white kitchens or bright open living areas for a luxurious feel. These floors can add drama to otherwise quiet spaces and make the perfect statement, particularly when paired with distressed textures. PATTERNED FLOORING Taking a traditional wood flooring and mixing up its pattern placement can create a whole new... Read More
Easy Laminate Installation Saves You Money

Easy Laminate Installation Saves You Money

Easy Laminate Installation Saves You Money You’re ready to transform a room or hallway in your home with laminate flooring, and you’re hoping to save money by installing American Concepts Floor Planks yourself. Swiss Krono USA offers a wealth of advice and instruction to feed your DIY-desire. Laminate flooring has a reputation for being easy to install, regardless of the level of experience you have. Check out these guidelines to assess what skills you need to properly install laminate flooring and determine how easy your particular project is. Our American Concepts Floor Planks feature a tongue-and-groove finish, so you can snap them together quickly with no sanding or curing time required. They’re light and easy to handle while installing … and no splinters! We have the resources to make your laminate flooring installation even faster and easier The Swiss Krono USA website offers a number of articles and videos to take you step-by-step through the laminate flooring installation process. The Installation section can advise you on: How to measure your floor to determine your floor planks order What types of surfaces you can and can’t install laminate flooring over Tools you’ll need to install your laminate floor How to install laminate flooring on stairs And a robust section with answers to our most frequently asked questions Even if you decide to use professional help with your room project, a laminate floor remains a great choice. The installation ease will keep your installer’s time and your costs to a minimum. When you’re ready to buy laminate wood flooring, visit our American Concepts flooring line. We have 10 different floors that... Read More
Laminate Flooring Sale

Laminate Flooring Sale

Laminate Flooring Makes It Easy to Update Your Home for Less There’s no mistaking the breath of fresh air that comes with a new floor in your home. Either you just can’t stand your worn-out, scratched-up hardwoods anymore, or the spills and stains on your aging carpet have become unbearable. Often a major event like a renovation project or buying or selling your home calls for a new floor. If you’re ready for an easy, low-cost, long-lasting laminate flooring upgrade, consider American Concepts from Swiss Krono USA. Here are just a few reasons why laminate flooring could be your best choice Offers warm, inviting feel of wood vs. carpeting. Face it, nothing looks and feels like wood floors. And since Swiss Krono USA laminate flooring products are made from real wood, you can update any room to a clean, stylish look quickly, easily, and affordably. More durable and less expensive vs. hardwoods. Laminate flooring lasts longer, installs easier, is more eco-friendly and, with its embossed grain finishes, impossible to tell apart from hardwoods. And laminate flooring prices are significantly lower per square foot. More resistant to wear and tear vs. luxury vinyl tile (LVT). Because laminate flooring is made from layers surrounding a core of high-density fiberboard, its rigidity and strength stand up better to everyday accidents, scratches and dropped objects. When you’re ready to buy laminate wood flooring, visit our American Concepts flooring line. We have 10 different floors that are moisture resistant; their lifetime warranty protects for spills that can sit for up to 24-hours. Plus we have 13 other flooring options ranging from 12mm thick with... Read More