Floor Coverings Weekly April 2018

Floor Coverings Weekly April 2018 features Country Floors "Kitchen Talk Session" in their latest issue.Commentators included Sharon Blaustein, founder and principal designer of B Interior. Dina Deleasa- Gonsar, creator [...]
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Country Floors NYC Mod Sophisticated Showcase

During the month of May, Country Floors is collaborating with Interior Designer, Tina Ramchandani & Ethan Allen Interiors Inc, showcasing [...]
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Country Floors Coverings 2018

The stone, tile, and glass industry annually gathers at an exhibition known as Coverings. This year, this event is in Atlanta; Country Floors will be displaying a few new collections that we hope will be well received by our client community. Let's jump [...]
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Sand the New Neutral

Sand the New Neutral. Did we really say that? Yes I think we did.  Gray, white, black and maybe navy. It seems that we've seen a lot of them come and go. Now, our good friends at Apartment Therapy have offered this up:"White and grey kitchens [...]
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Natural Design Part Two

There is a typical point in the design process where your  [...]
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Kitchen Talk in Resident Magazine

Country Floors hosted our first Kitchen Talk in Resident Magazine in April 2018 at our Country Floors headquarters showroom in NYC.Resident is a wonderful publication that describes itself as "Resident Magazine embodies the inspirational luxury lifestyle providing the best in travel, [...]
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Kitchen Talk NYC

Country Floors hosted a "Kitchen Talk NYC Session" at our Manhattan showroom. Commentators included Sharon Blaustein, founder and principal designer of B Interior; Dina Deleasa-Gonsar, creator of [...]
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Natural Design Part One

There is an inevitable point in the design process where angst begins to inhabit the lives of the participants. The open questions continue to outnumber the answers. Color, scale, texture, pattern, what to leave in; what to leave out. Maybe one way to sort some things out is to take a look at [...]
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