Discover the most-read stories on FLOOR Trends & Installation’s website in 2023.
1 HD Supply Acquires Redi Carpet: What It Means for the Flooring Industry
HD Supply’s announcement in August sent waves through the multifamily and single-family rental world and continues the rapid pace of consolidation in the space.
2 Tips for Curbless Shower Installation Using a Linear Drain
FLOOR Trends & Installation offered these four tips when planning for a curbless shower installation.
3 2023 Commercial Flooring Trends
Commercial flooring in 2023 is sustainable, inspired by nature (particularly mushrooms), and beautiful. FLOOR Trends & Installation offered the top commercial flooring tends for the year.
4 2023 New Flooring Products Showcase
2023 was a busy year for design and technology innovations in the flooring industry. FLOOR Trends & Installation gathered roundup of new products introduced at shows in 2023.
5 The New Waterproof Laminate Floors
Domestic manufacturing of new waterproof technologies, along with on-trend styling, is gaining market share for laminate floors.
6 Louisville Tile to Launch Exclusive Tile Collections Designed by Jennifer Farrell, Jamie Beckwith, Jeff Starr
At Coverings 2023, the tile distributor announced Collections, a series of exclusive tile designs created by greats in interior design and product development.
7 3 Staircase Trends for 2023
A carefully considered staircase renovation might mean replacing newel posts, handrails, base rails, and spindles, with new parts. Check out top staircase trends for 2023.
8 Matthew Syler, Founder and CEO of Syler Group, Dies at Age 42
The founder of Syler Group, LLC, left a significant impact on the flooring industry throughout his remarkable career.
9 Karastan Introduces BelleLuxe Waterproof Wood
BelleLuxe Waterproof Wood features surface and subfloor waterproof protection.
10 America's Floor Source and the Path to $500 Million
America's Floor Source (AFS) named Michel Vermette CEO. FLOOR Trends & Installation Associate Publisher and Editorial Director Tanja Kern spoke with founder Jason Goldberg and Michel Vermette about their plans to grow the diverse flooring business to $500 million in sales.