Product Showcase: Flooring
X-Tile is sure to have whatever you need to express your unique individual style. They offer you an exceptional variety of wall and flooring options in ceramic, porcelain, natural stone, glass, mosaic and much more, from leading suppliers around the world.
Product Showcase: Appliances
The 24-inch Black Stainless Steel Microwave Drawer is the latest addition to Sharp's line of kitchen appliances.
Vormax Plus Toilet Cleans Itself
Powerful flushing platform from American Standard combines Lysol cleaner to freshen toilet bowl from top to bottom with every flush.
Home Finds: Trend Watch: Back To The Future
Today's kitchen combines future-forward convenience, stylish customization and a nod to the classic touches that warm up and make this hard-working space, the most inviting in the home.
Trend Watch: Wabi Meets Sabi
The quest to perfection is taking a much-needed break in the design world. The big trend for 2018 is simplicity and embracing the not-so-perfect, which means a more lax approach to decorating.
The National Home Show Continues To Meld Home And Design
Technology and innovation companies are continuing to build and improve upon connectivity and automation in household appliances, and consumers across every market are eager to discover what's next for their homes.
Product Showcase: Kitchens
Finally, you can get the custom look without the custom price. Choose from an endless selection of colours and door styles made to fit IKEA Cabinets. Full-service from design to installation provided or order your Genuine Vangarde Doors and Panels made to fit your IKEA design.
Product Spotlight: The Interactive Abode
The Interactive Abode is shaking up the construction industry by coaching new home and condo developers on how to merge technology into their colour selection process.
Trend Watch: Purple's Promise
What the world needs now, according to Pantone, is Ultra Violet—a blue-based purple that takes our awareness and potential to a higher level.
Home Finds: Trend Watch: Make Room For Style
The style tips of small-space decorating aren't all about practicing restraint. The trick is to know when to go big and inject major style in tight quarters.