Interior decorators and architects study long and hard to master the art of colour matching. So, don’t feel inadequate if, when choosing the perfect floor colour to complement your interior, you are baffled by the endless possibilities. However, Pergo is happy to offer you a few basic tips.
When you are thinking about laying a new floor, a big question probably crops up: what does it cost to lay a floor? It is difficult to give a simple answer to this question because it depends on several different factors, of which the two main ones are the choice of material and the installation method.
Are you thinking about getting tiled flooring in the kitchen or hall because it looks so nice and is easy to keep clean? What would you say if we told you that you could get a floor that looks like tiles, but has even more benefits and none of the disadvantages?
For a long time, Scandinavian design has featured pine elements in walls, ceilings and furniture – but pine doesn't work particularly well in flooring. Solid pine flooring is too soft and thus easily damaged, and it also attracts dust – but there are other options for those who still want a pine floor.