Fall Flooring Season

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From dark & luxurious to exotic & unique - there are so many flooring colors to choose from!

Colors: Flooring Trends with Tisha Leung

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“Choosing color for your floors is a big deal,” This Old House Magazine Design Editor Tisha Leung says. “The color you choose sets the tone for the walls, the furniture and the general atmosphere you want to set for your home.”

Colors: Flooring Trends with Tisha Leung

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When thinking of color in your home, you probably think of paint and fabrics…but don’t forget about your floors! See Tisha Leung – Design Editor for This Old House Magazine – talk COLOR in her décor & design feature!

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“Say you have a kitchen that is adjacent to a room that has real wood floors. I would suggest using ceramic tile that is a shade lighter or a shade darker to help it stand out.” - Tisha Leung, This Old House Magazine Design Director | 2015 Fall Flooring Season

Wood Look Tile: Flooring Trends with Tisha Leung

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“You can’t go wrong with wood floors, but they have to be functional and they have to work with your busy lifestyle. Worried about wear and tear in high traffic areas? Go with tile that looks like wood.” - Tisha Leung, This Old House Magazine Design Director | 2015 Fall Flooring Trends

Wood Look Tile: Flooring Trends with Tisha Leung

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5 stars for Cascade Falls Oak – a new Dream Home Laminate! “Comments from friends & family: Understated Elegance; Regal; Timeless; Calming; Welcoming.”

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Dark & distressed Bronzed Mahogany! "Darker flooring is often recommended because it gives a room a fresh and open feel that can make the space look larger." - Josh Altman, Celebrity Realtor http://www.lumberliquidators.com/ll/flooring/ffs-trends

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"Darker flooring is often recommended because it gives a room a fresh & open feel that can make the space look larger." - Celebrity Realtor Josh Altman

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New Bull Barn Oak is a laminate with a unique, weathered-wood look with a textured finish! “Changing dingy carpet to laminate. The outcome is beautiful. I love it!” – Gladys, TX

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LL Remodel! "Replaced a yellow vinyl floor with the wood look porcelain tile." - Brian, FL http://www.lumberliquidators.com/ll/srch/Brindle+Wood+Natural+Tile

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Wood-Look Tile floors are beautiful and versatile. This new and exciting trend combines the beauty of wood and the ease of tile with long-lasting style. | 2015 Fall Flooring Trends

Wood Look Tile: 2015 Fall Flooring Trends

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Now you can have the elegant look of hardwood in high-moisture areas (like your bathroom) with wood-look tile! | 2015 Fall Flooring Trends

Wood Look Tile: 2015 Fall Flooring Trends

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“People think it is real hardwood flooring! Love this tile.” – Laurie, GA | 2015 Fall Flooring Trends

Wood Look Tile: 2015 Fall Flooring Trends

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"The reclaimed barn wood look is very popular, both residentially and commercially. The distressed or aged look gives the space a warm organic feel. We are seeing is in hardwood, laminate and even photo imaged onto ceramic tile" - Ty Pennington | 2015 Fall Flooring Trends

Wood Look Tile: 2015 Fall Flooring Trends

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Brazilian Cherry HD Porcelain - gorgeous, natural-looking and combines all the beauty of wood with the durability of tile. That means you can give any room the elegant look of hardwood, especially in high-moisture areas like kitchens, bathrooms and even wall backsplashes! http://www.lumberliquidators.com/ll/flooring/ffs-trends

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Brindle Wood Natural HD Tile: “Porcelain tile in a kitchen will withstand the daily rigors of foot traffic, pets and spills – and today’s tile choices include textures and details that mimic wood. If you prefer a more cohesive look, you might opt for a wood-look tile in a slightly lighter or darker tone to give your spaces subtle distinction.” – Tisha Leung, Designer Director for This Old House Magazine http://www.lumberliquidators.com/ll/flooring/ffs-trends

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If the rustic, vintage look is your style, distressed bamboo is the perfect choice! "The planks are distressed and this makes it a very forgiving floor." | Distressed: 2015 Fall Flooring Trends

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"We bought this floor and installed it in our living room ourselves. It was our first time and in our first home so we were a little nervous, but the click lock made it super easy...I am very happy with the finished product and can't wait to install it in our bedrooms as well. We have three children and a dog and it is holding up very nicely so far after a couple of months." | Gray Tone: 2015 Fall Flooring Trends

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"In our recent house search we saw one that HGTV had done a fell in love with the cork floor. When we finally bought our home it was really stuck in the 80's with white tile throughout. We knew we were going to redo the kitchen and that cork floor was calling our name...We couldn't be happier and it is beautiful as well as durable and a great conversation piece." - Linda, CA | Cork: 2015 Fall Flooring Trends

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Want something different? 5 stars for this customer kitchen floored with Select Brazilian Cherry! | Exotic & Unique: 2015 Fall Flooring Trends

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"If done properly wooden ceilings can alter a space completely.” - Celebrity Realtor Josh Altman

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The smoky gray tones and wood-like texture of Sleepy Creek Mountain Oak make this floor a popular style! For those who don’t want a traditional wood look, textured laminates like this one offer the feel of real wood in a variety of unique tones to suit your home. | Textures: Flooring Trends with Tisha Leung

Textures: Flooring Trends with Tisha Leung

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Tisha Leung, Designer Director at This Old House Magazine, says, “Once upon a time the only way you could get a lived-in look was by spending a ton of money on reclaimed wood. Now you can get handscraped wood as engineered planks – making it less expensive and even more affordable if you get it on a seasonal sale.” | Textures: Flooring Trends with Tisha Leung

Textures: Flooring Trends with Tisha Leung

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"When it came to deciding what to do with the existing beam, we immediately thought how cool would wood be! I went to Lumber Liquidators the next day, purchased the engineered Acacia Handscraped wood. We are so pleased with how it turned out and get tons of compliments when people walk into the house now!” – Rebecca, NY | 2015 Fall Flooring Trends

Adding Character with Accent Walls: 2015 Fall Flooring Trends

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Whether it’s a prefinished look you love or a custom stained style, you can make a dramatic impact on your home in a simple and affordable way. | 2015 Fall Flooring Trends

Adding Character with Accent Walls: 2015 Fall Flooring Trends

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