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Area Rug Placement Guide

Area rugs, which can range in size, are a fantastic and decorative way to cover some floor space in a room or protect flooring in high-traffic situations. Their purpose varies; they can be used to designate how an area will be used, add a pop of color to decor, or…
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Flooring | Bram Flooring

Incorporating the 2024 Color of the Year Design Trends

Pantone has chosen The Color of the Year for a landmark 25th time, as of this year. Kudos to them, for being the authority on what’s trending in the world of home decor palettes for a quarter of a century! For this silver anniversary, the design-minds at The Pantone Color…
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Best Scratch Resistant Flooring Options | Bram Flooring

The Best Scratch Resistant Flooring Options

With so many flooring options, it’s difficult to know which to choose. Some considerations are appearance, budget, and durability. Of course, look and price are important, but many people are most concerned about how their new floor will stand up to what life throws at it since flooring can be…
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Best Scratch Resistant Flooring Options | Bram Flooring

The Best Scratch Resistant Flooring Options

With so many flooring options, it’s difficult to know which to choose. Some considerations are appearance, budget, and durability. Of course, look and price are important, but many people are most concerned about how their new floor will stand up to what life throws at it since flooring can be…
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Water Damaged Laminate Flooring | Bram Flooring

How to Repair Water Damaged Laminate Flooring

If you have laminate flooring, or are considering installing laminate for durability and versatility, read on for some tips and tricks to repairing more extensive issues yourself… or knowing when to hire professional help. Repairing Water Damage Although manufacturers are consistently improving the waterproof or water resistant qualities of laminate,…
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Bathroom natural Stone | Bram Flooring

Resealing Natural Stone

If you have stone floors or countertops in your home, you are most likely familiar with their unique qualities and needs. Natural products are porous, meaning they can absorb liquids and, as a result, become stained by normal use. Because of this, materials such as marble, limestone, soapstone, travertine, slate…
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