Concrete Floors

Concrete floors provide a durable, low-maintenance surface that can be customized to complement any design.

Industrial Urban Style

Concrete floors are perfect for urban, contemporary living spaces. The smooth surface—in a popular gray hue — is comfortable for feet and works well with area rugs. Photo courtesy of Masterpiece Concrete Compositions

Customizable Finishes

The highly customizable nature is what sets concrete floors apart. These dramatic graphics, in a mix of colors, turns the floor into a focal point. Photo courtesy of Masterpiece Concrete Compositions

Chic, Durable Surface

Large-format concrete tiles in alternating hues are an innovative alternative to ceramic. Chic and contemporary, the surface is extremely durable and easy to clean. Photo courtesy of Masterpiece Concrete Compositions

Dramatic Features

This dining room gets a cutting-edge makeover with a unique concrete floor that features exposed aggregates. Photo courtesy of Masterpiece Concrete Compositions

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Kitchen Floor Buying Guide

The floor lays the groundwork for style and function in your kitchen. Think about your lifestyle and cost when choosing the right surface for you.

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Concrete is a stylish, durable choice for indoor floors

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This surface looks better than you remember and can look like hardwood, tile or stone.

Adding Laminate Floor

Laminate is tough, easy to clean and can give you the look of hardwood floors without the cost.

Choosing Hardwood Flooring

Hardwood floors are tough, beautiful and can work in most rooms in your home.

Guide to Buying Sheets

How to choose sheets that are soft, comfortable and long-lasting.

Cork Flooring, a Natural Choice

Made from tree bark, cork floors are sustainable and come in a range of colors

Bedroom Flooring Ideas and Options

Choose from a variety of flooring options to find the perfect look for your bedroom.

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With approximately 3,500 square feet of space, this 4-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom waterfront escape is centered around an open and airy living concept. Get acquainted with the floor plan in Gig Harbor, Washington.