“Flooring is always going to be the first thing you notice when you walk into a space, and it can add huge value to your home,” Home Design Guru & TV Personality Ty Pennington says. “It has to be beautiful, durable, and stand the test of time.” As we continue to explore gorgeous styles and new trends this Fall Flooring Season, we can’t forget one of the warmest floors out there – cork! It’s available in a variety of colors & styles – like Mora:
Cork flooring combines the unique beauty of a natural material with the comfort of an insulated, cushioned surface. These floors are delightfully warm and welcoming in any space. Why? Cork takes on the temperature of the room it’s in, so you can think beyond the pending winter weather. It’ll keep you cool in the summer, too! Not only are cork floors a great insulator, but they are resilient which helps relieve stress in the back and legs while standing. The honeycomb cell structure of the bark is great for sound deadening, too.
Check out what these customers had to say about their cork floors at home:
Rossio: “The previous owners of my house converted the attached garage into a family room before they moved, but they simply painted the concrete slab and used area rugs to ‘finish’ the room. Here in Michigan that made for a cold room all winter long and kept the room from feeling like a true interior space. We chose to install the Lisbon Rossio cork flooring because the color complemented the knotty pine trim that was existing and because of cork’s reputation for being durable and a great insulator. What a difference! We love it.” – Holly, MI
Castelo: “We recently remodeled our kitchen, dining area and living room. We decided on the Castelo cork flooring after seeing it in a home we looked at during our house hunt that HGTV had done a whole house crash on. It is beautiful and cleans like a dream. It’s soft yet durable. We had reservations about using cork but not anymore. It is so unique and makes the whole house seem cozier. We love it!” – Linda & Ed, CA
See more from Linda & Ed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PlWrz7qLFfA