Summer Inspiration: Top Floors!


Looking for ideas for your home? We’ve got you (and your floor) covered! Find the inspiration you need to transform your home from the floor up – starting with some of our top flooring photos of the summer!

Boardwalk Oak | This Dream Home Laminate features a harmonious blend of blue, gray and sandy brown shoreline hues. With its weathered-like finish, this best-seller captures the essence of reclaimed hardwood. A NC customer chose it for the dining room! You can find more like it in the Blue Drift Collection for even more inspiration.

Dream Home Boardwalk Oak- Tommaso- NC after

Flint Creek Oak, Redwater River Hewed Oak + Bull Barn Oak | Adrian in CA got creative with three Dream Home styles! These 12mm laminates combined to make a unique accent wall for a bedroom in his home.

Dream Home Flint Creek Oak- Adrian- CA after 2

Edgewater Oak | With sun-washed beige hues, blue-gray highlights and subtle wood-like texturing this luxury vinyl plank (LVP) will help you create your own seaside escape! It’s also featured in the Blue Drift Collection, showcasing floors with a perfect blend of rustic, coastal style.

Tranquility Edgewater Oak

Reclaimed Barn Board | This customer basement got a rustic makeover featuring waterproof CoreLuxe Engineered Vinyl Plank (EVP)! It combines the durability, comfort, and waterproof features of luxury vinyl plank with an innovative rigid core that clicks together with ease, making it a great choice for DIYers.

CoreLuxe Reclaimed Barn Board- Alteronne- NJ after

Waterman’s Wharf Pine | Inspired by the unique character of reclaimed wood, this CoreLuxe waterproof EVP features variations of warm, earthen browns and splashes of blue-gray that enhance the details of the rustic design.

CoreLuxe Watermans Wharf Pine

Burnished Acacia | Teresa, an IN customer, picked this hardwood for her office! Distressed floors offer a touch of character with style reminiscent of the days when floors were finished by hand.

VMW Burnished Acacia- Teresa- IN after


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