What is the difference between ceramic and porcelain tile flooring?
If you are considering tile for your home, you’ll be pleased with your choice. Whether it’s the spa-like bathroom or the updated kitchen, you’ll find floor tile gives you many options. You can find your preferences at The Floor Store, whatever your decorating style may be. Our tile store is in North Chesterfield, VA. Ceramic…Read More
Luxury vinyl flooring elevates room decor
Luxury vinyl is a synthetic material that has an upscale look like the natural materials it mimics. The cost, however, is lower. Luxury vinyl plank, or LVP, looks like wood, while luxury vinyl tile, or LVT, looks like wood, stone, or ceramic. The Floor Store offers the highest quality LVP and LVT. We have a…Read More
What tile flooring trends will we see next year?
The floor is an essential part of your room decor. It not only takes up the most square footage in a room but is also one of the first things a person will see. In short, the floor is your expression of your style. Are you thinking of tile flooring? Expect to see a lot…Read More
What is the best room for tile flooring?
This is a common question that we get at The Floor Store. So you’re considering tile for your home. Congratulations! Which room should it go into? There’s a good question. The truth is that tile flooring is an excellent choice for every space in your home. Kitchens and baths When it comes to tile, most…Read More
Four tile flooring trends
If you’re looking to refresh your home, you’ll hear this battle cry: “Design from the floor up.” So consider floor tile when you want to transform a room. Ceramics look as good in the hallway as in the kitchen or bath. Tumbling = touch-worthy Textures are big, big, big this year! Polished finishes are now…Read More
Three tips for keeping your tile flooring clean
Floor tile is durable and can last up to 50 years. Like all floors, however, they’ll need some care and cleaning. So here are some tips on keeping it in top shape. Remember, sand and dirt can dull and scratch Sweep or vacuum them two or three times a week. Get into corners and under…Read More