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A harmonious balance between permanence and transience.
If it's eco credentials you're after, look no further than cork.
Centuries-old technique proves to be a modern-day hit.
Few products need to combine form and function like our carpets. As consumers we’re looking for aesthetics...
Few products are as versatile and durable—yes, durable—as porcelain. Now, thanks to advances in...
Inspired by the natural environment and a veritable rainbow of hues, a new vinyl flooring range reimagines...
As house prices continue to increase and people invest more in improving their homes, outdoor tiles and paving continue to evolve as a focal point of design trends...
Concrete has been described by Italian architect Andrea Maffei as the material that best defines modern...
Inspired by unforgettable Italian destinations evoking the feeling of a relaxing escape, Forté’s new Moda Collection takes its colour cues from the warm sunsets over the Amalfi Coast...
A new tile range inspired by the palaces of Milan offers a seamless canvas to creating the ultimate...
Until now, when vinyl flooring came to the end of its life it was destined for landfill - taking hundreds of...
In the beauty of whitewashed wood, in the industrial appeal of corten steel, and in a fusion of unseeming partners - steel and wallpaper - does the allure of large-format tiles evolve...
Commercial carpet is not generally a product we think of as sustainable, but in the case of a new designer offering now available in New Zealand, the opposite is true...
For a material that’s synonymous with Aotearoa, New Zealand wool is a product that has surpassed...
Bamboo requires no fertilisers or pesticides and is arguably one of the most sustainable natural building materials available today...
Inspired by the Venetian terrazzo, a new range of full body porcelain stoneware tiles incorporates crushed...
Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is the world’s third-most widely produced synthetic plastic polymer, which we know in flooring terms as vinyl. We found out about a safe, PVC-free alternative...
Repurposed car bumpers and battery covers, along with discarded shampoo and cosmetic bottles from hotels are...
The latest in flooring technology is changing the way we view flooring, with a limestone wood-look offering...
Bespoke flooring is a sophisticated way to create a dynamic point of difference in commercial interiors - and...
Planning tanking into a building's design right from the beginning of the project is a no-brainer for anyone...
A completely natural and renewable product, cork is arguably one of the most underused products in the New...
CodeMark is the ‘gold star’ of product certification in New Zealand, designed to lift standards of building quality and performance. It can be a long, intensive and, at times, complicated process for a company to receive the certificate...
As a country that was founded on sheep farming and has six sheep for every person, New Zealand is quite rightly proud of its fluffy friends who provide one of the highest-quality natural fibres available across the world today: New Zealand wool...
Engineered wood flooring is becoming increasingly popular due to a multitude of benefits that include stability, durability and the option to resand and refinish to change the aesthetic as desired...
If you’ve visited the Suncorp Vero building with its soaring foyer and stunning central stairs with elegant...
To create decorative, shiny concrete floors that are also high quality – with superior strength and density – it is important to start with the right foundation...
Flooring should never be an afterthought: it is one of the biggest investments a homeowner can make in their home and anchors the entire interior aesthetic...
If you are anything like us and keep a close eye on what’s trending in interiors, you may be wondering why...
Tiling is typically considered a labour intensive, expensive and messy job. The noise and dust means that when you’ve got a tiling job on the go...
While many homeowners love the look of timber flooring, few enjoy the maintenance.That’s where laminate...
Only a few years ago, any sport, school hall or civic building with timber floors would have been covered in...
As a country we are now used to the idea of composite decking. It has its benefits. We’re also still keen on real timber decking...
From the classic look of straight planks laid with vintage colour finishes typically found in villas and bungalows, through to bespoke patterns and lighter tones...
The best engineered timber flooring will last the lifetime of any project, and it will outdo most commonly used flooring products...
If you thought the options for finishing your timber flooring were limited to oils and stains, you would be wrong...
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50 Flooring articles

Flooring
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A harmonious balance between permanence and transience.
If it's eco credentials you're after, look no further than cork.
Centuries-old technique proves to be a modern-day hit.
Few products need to combine form and function like our carpets. As consumers we’re looking for aesthetics...
Few products are as versatile and durable—yes, durable—as porcelain. Now, thanks to advances in...
Inspired by the natural environment and a veritable rainbow of hues, a new vinyl flooring range reimagines...
As house prices continue to increase and people invest more in improving their homes, outdoor tiles and paving continue to evolve as a focal point of design trends...
Concrete has been described by Italian architect Andrea Maffei as the material that best defines modern...
Inspired by unforgettable Italian destinations evoking the feeling of a relaxing escape, Forté’s new Moda Collection takes its colour cues from the warm sunsets over the Amalfi Coast...
A new tile range inspired by the palaces of Milan offers a seamless canvas to creating the ultimate...
Until now, when vinyl flooring came to the end of its life it was destined for landfill - taking hundreds of...
In the beauty of whitewashed wood, in the industrial appeal of corten steel, and in a fusion of unseeming partners - steel and wallpaper - does the allure of large-format tiles evolve...
Commercial carpet is not generally a product we think of as sustainable, but in the case of a new designer offering now available in New Zealand, the opposite is true...
For a material that’s synonymous with Aotearoa, New Zealand wool is a product that has surpassed...
Bamboo requires no fertilisers or pesticides and is arguably one of the most sustainable natural building materials available today...
Inspired by the Venetian terrazzo, a new range of full body porcelain stoneware tiles incorporates crushed...
Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is the world’s third-most widely produced synthetic plastic polymer, which we know in flooring terms as vinyl. We found out about a safe, PVC-free alternative...
Repurposed car bumpers and battery covers, along with discarded shampoo and cosmetic bottles from hotels are...
The latest in flooring technology is changing the way we view flooring, with a limestone wood-look offering...
Bespoke flooring is a sophisticated way to create a dynamic point of difference in commercial interiors - and...
Planning tanking into a building's design right from the beginning of the project is a no-brainer for anyone...
A completely natural and renewable product, cork is arguably one of the most underused products in the New...
CodeMark is the ‘gold star’ of product certification in New Zealand, designed to lift standards of building quality and performance. It can be a long, intensive and, at times, complicated process for a company to receive the certificate...
As a country that was founded on sheep farming and has six sheep for every person, New Zealand is quite rightly proud of its fluffy friends who provide one of the highest-quality natural fibres available across the world today: New Zealand wool...
Engineered wood flooring is becoming increasingly popular due to a multitude of benefits that include stability, durability and the option to resand and refinish to change the aesthetic as desired...
If you’ve visited the Suncorp Vero building with its soaring foyer and stunning central stairs with elegant...
To create decorative, shiny concrete floors that are also high quality – with superior strength and density – it is important to start with the right foundation...
Flooring should never be an afterthought: it is one of the biggest investments a homeowner can make in their home and anchors the entire interior aesthetic...
If you are anything like us and keep a close eye on what’s trending in interiors, you may be wondering why...
Tiling is typically considered a labour intensive, expensive and messy job. The noise and dust means that when you’ve got a tiling job on the go...
While many homeowners love the look of timber flooring, few enjoy the maintenance.That’s where laminate...
Only a few years ago, any sport, school hall or civic building with timber floors would have been covered in...
As a country we are now used to the idea of composite decking. It has its benefits. We’re also still keen on real timber decking...
From the classic look of straight planks laid with vintage colour finishes typically found in villas and bungalows, through to bespoke patterns and lighter tones...
The best engineered timber flooring will last the lifetime of any project, and it will outdo most commonly used flooring products...
If you thought the options for finishing your timber flooring were limited to oils and stains, you would be wrong...
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50 Flooring articles

Flooring
Clear all
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A harmonious balance between permanence and transience.
If it's eco credentials you're after, look no further than cork.
Centuries-old technique proves to be a modern-day hit.
Few products need to combine form and function like our carpets. As consumers we’re looking for aesthetics...
Few products are as versatile and durable—yes, durable—as porcelain. Now, thanks to advances in...
Inspired by the natural environment and a veritable rainbow of hues, a new vinyl flooring range reimagines...
As house prices continue to increase and people invest more in improving their homes, outdoor tiles and paving continue to evolve as a focal point of design trends...
Concrete has been described by Italian architect Andrea Maffei as the material that best defines modern...
Inspired by unforgettable Italian destinations evoking the feeling of a relaxing escape, Forté’s new Moda Collection takes its colour cues from the warm sunsets over the Amalfi Coast...
A new tile range inspired by the palaces of Milan offers a seamless canvas to creating the ultimate...
Until now, when vinyl flooring came to the end of its life it was destined for landfill - taking hundreds of...
In the beauty of whitewashed wood, in the industrial appeal of corten steel, and in a fusion of unseeming partners - steel and wallpaper - does the allure of large-format tiles evolve...
Commercial carpet is not generally a product we think of as sustainable, but in the case of a new designer offering now available in New Zealand, the opposite is true...
For a material that’s synonymous with Aotearoa, New Zealand wool is a product that has surpassed...
Bamboo requires no fertilisers or pesticides and is arguably one of the most sustainable natural building materials available today...
Inspired by the Venetian terrazzo, a new range of full body porcelain stoneware tiles incorporates crushed...
Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is the world’s third-most widely produced synthetic plastic polymer, which we know in flooring terms as vinyl. We found out about a safe, PVC-free alternative...
Repurposed car bumpers and battery covers, along with discarded shampoo and cosmetic bottles from hotels are...
The latest in flooring technology is changing the way we view flooring, with a limestone wood-look offering...
Bespoke flooring is a sophisticated way to create a dynamic point of difference in commercial interiors - and...
Planning tanking into a building's design right from the beginning of the project is a no-brainer for anyone...
A completely natural and renewable product, cork is arguably one of the most underused products in the New...
CodeMark is the ‘gold star’ of product certification in New Zealand, designed to lift standards of building quality and performance. It can be a long, intensive and, at times, complicated process for a company to receive the certificate...
As a country that was founded on sheep farming and has six sheep for every person, New Zealand is quite rightly proud of its fluffy friends who provide one of the highest-quality natural fibres available across the world today: New Zealand wool...
Engineered wood flooring is becoming increasingly popular due to a multitude of benefits that include stability, durability and the option to resand and refinish to change the aesthetic as desired...
If you’ve visited the Suncorp Vero building with its soaring foyer and stunning central stairs with elegant...
To create decorative, shiny concrete floors that are also high quality – with superior strength and density – it is important to start with the right foundation...
Flooring should never be an afterthought: it is one of the biggest investments a homeowner can make in their home and anchors the entire interior aesthetic...
If you are anything like us and keep a close eye on what’s trending in interiors, you may be wondering why...
Tiling is typically considered a labour intensive, expensive and messy job. The noise and dust means that when you’ve got a tiling job on the go...
While many homeowners love the look of timber flooring, few enjoy the maintenance.That’s where laminate...
Only a few years ago, any sport, school hall or civic building with timber floors would have been covered in...
As a country we are now used to the idea of composite decking. It has its benefits. We’re also still keen on real timber decking...
From the classic look of straight planks laid with vintage colour finishes typically found in villas and bungalows, through to bespoke patterns and lighter tones...
The best engineered timber flooring will last the lifetime of any project, and it will outdo most commonly used flooring products...
If you thought the options for finishing your timber flooring were limited to oils and stains, you would be wrong...
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