This homeowner needed new carpeting in the bedroom of her Pittsburgh condo. We installed this twisted fiber style in Alaskan Air gray - a neutral yet contemporary shade that adds a restful feel to the space. This carpet not only looks great, it is super soft, surprisingly durable, and available at a great price point.
The old laminate floors in this Pittsburgh home had bowed from wet feet tracking in moisture from the outside. We installed new Chase mixed-width luxury vinyl plank flooring, which has beveled edges and lovely color variation to give it a more realistic hardwood look. It is also water-resistant, so the homeowners won't have to worry about moisture…
This Pittsburgh basement got a whole new look when we installed beautiful Daltile Ayers Rock tile in brick pattern in place of the old 8x8 tiles. We also installed Comfort Design Loop carpeting in a subtle blue shade - a cozy and durable choice that will hold up well to foot traffic on the basement…
We updated this bathroom by installing new Armstrong Alterna luxury vinyl tile with a contemporary pattern. The result looks like high-end stone, but is actually much more affordable and easy to maintain!
The lower level of this home needed new flooring throughout. First, we replaced the dingy old carpet in the stairs and family room for a fresh new look. We also replaced the dated vinyl flooring in the bathroom with sleek and contemporary new tile. Before: After:
For this bathroom, we installed two types of tile that look high-end, but are actually quite affordable. In the shower, we installed Daltile Marble Falls (a ceramic tile designed to mimic marble), and on the floor, we added Armstrong Alterna - Enchanted Forest luxury vinyl tile.
This dated turquoise bathroom needed a major update, so we replaced the existing floor tile with Daltile Esta Villa Terrace Beige porcelain tiles. In the shower, we installed Daltile Rittenhouse 3 x 6 subway tiles. Before: After:
Our latest Pittsburgh area project included the update of a kitchen. We installed a sweeping glass and subway tile backsplash in order to add subtle detail and color to this previously simple space. The results speak for themselves. Take a look at the finished kitchen below!