It’s been a little more than three months since “60 Minutes” ran its story about certain laminate products at Lumber Liquidators having levels of formaldehyde that exceeded limits set by the California Air Resources Board (CARB).
When it came time to celebrate its 30th anniversary the National Wood Flooring Association (NWFA) decided to “Play it Forward” as it recognized and paid respects to its past achievements but put the emphasis on looking ahead.
Once again, Coverings attracted design enthusiasts—from flooring retailers and installers to interior designers and everyone in between—for three days of tile education, product demonstrations and show-stopping displays.
When the Carpet America Recovery Effort (CARE) was created in 2002, the concept of diverting carpet from landfills for the purpose of recycling it back into itself or finding other afterlife solutions was mostly pie-in-the-sky thinking.
Before Silicone Valley earned its moniker for hosting and developing the country’s technology sector, Don Gupton was as attentive to details in his flooring installations as those young tech start-ups were in building their companies.
The Floor Covering Business to Business Association (fcB2B) is the force behind bringing the floor covering industry into the 21st century, and it is doing so by raising the efficiency of all players in the system—buyers and sellers.
The Identity One collection from Milliken explores the dichotomy between our true similarities and how subtle differences impel us to create and form a unique identity—and therefore, a unique space, according to the company.