More stories about Flooring

  • Teak Flooring from IndoTeak

    IndoTeak is a 2½-year-old company that salvages old buildings, schools, houses, and military structures in Java to reclaim old-growth teak for flooring, decking, millwork, and many other products

  • Product: Accoya Alder

    The recent addition to the company’s Accsys product range is Cradle to Cradle Gold certified.

  • Wood Flooring from Shaw Industries

  • Product: Teragren Portfolio Naturals

    Shredded bamboo fibers are intertwined with a pressure-treated base to form a high-density product 154 percent harder than red oak and 125 percent harder than North American maple.

  • Cork Flooring from Wicanders

    This company takes a natural raw material extracted cyclically from cork trees without harm and turns it into value-added products.

  • Recyclable Carpet Tiles from FLOR

    These carpet tiles are resource efficient as you buy only as much as you need and can replace one tile at a time.

  • Product Report: Cersaie 2012

    Highlights with a focus on sustainability from Cersaie 2012, Italy's international exhibiton of ceramic tile and bathroom furnishings.

  • Product: Lea Ceramiche Studies in Gouache

    Lea has added a patterning element to its Slimtech line of porcelain laminate slabs, as seen in the Studies in Gouache collection

  • Product: Refin Cromie

    Cromie is the first collection from Refin to use the company’s Ecosan24 treatment, which uses titanium dioxide and metallic elements to treat pollution, self-clean, and sanitize the tiles.

  • Product: Marazzi Group Concept

    Breaking from the abundance of wood patterns and undetailed stone visuals of Cersaie 2012, Marazzi Group’s Ragno subsidiary taps into another trend at the show with decorative detailing.