The 5 Top Vinyl Flooring Questions

The 5 Top Vinyl Flooring Questions

Are you exploring flooring options and wondering if vinyl flooring is right for your Portland, Oregon home? Here are 5 top questions about vinyl to help you with your decision. What is vinyl flooring? Vinyl Flooring is a versatile, waterproof, fire-resistant,...
Marble and Grey Octagon Tile Complete Bathroom’s Historic Feel

Marble and Grey Octagon Tile Complete Bathroom’s Historic Feel

What better way to complete the historic look and feel of a bathroom than with marble and grey octagon tile. Especially when that bathroom is in the historic Craftsman house that Jennifer Morrow remodeled in McMinnville, Oregon, with the help of Classique Floors +...
Meet Mark Herron, Project Consultant for Classique Floors + Tile

Meet Mark Herron, Project Consultant for Classique Floors + Tile

Mark Herron is next in this blog interview series about the people of Classique. As a Classique Floors + Tile Project Consultant, Mark is a true expert who is ready to help and advise, show you what works for your space, offer product ideas and work with your budget....
Carpeted Stairs Enhance Home’s Historic Feel

Carpeted Stairs Enhance Home’s Historic Feel

In considering options for the carpeted stairs in her historic McMinnville home, Jennifer Morrow wanted something that felt neutral but also warm, historic and picked up the tones of the wood. As you can see in the image above, she succeeded with her choice. Other...
Cork Flooring Adds Historic Warmth to Home Remodel

Cork Flooring Adds Historic Warmth to Home Remodel

In Refinished Wood Floors Bring New Life to Historic Home, we mentioned that Jennifer Morrow discovered pressboard floors when Classique Floors + Tile came in to in to take up the old carpet in the upstairs rooms of her historic McMinnville, Oregon home. Since...

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