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Decorating Tips

Spring spruce-up: Seven simple refreshes to your home interior

Posted on March 24th, 2020.

Make it a spruce-up, not a reno! Manage your pocket book by doing simple refreshes to your home interior that will give the lift you are looking for. Here’s how you can spruce up your house without breaking the bank. Before heading out to shop, it’s always a good idea to de-clutter. Believe it or not, this is one of the most cost...


Decorating Tips

The many ways to finish off an area rug, hall runner or stair runner

Posted on August 10th, 2017.

There are no set guidelines when looking to finish off your home’s area rug, hall or stair runner. It simply comes down to personal preference. The advantage of creating a custom piece is you have options of material and how it’s done. Here are some of your best options. For a higher end finish, often used is a cotton or linen binding...


Carpet Options

Three new exciting wool carpet styles from Vifloor Canada

Posted on April 6th, 2017.

This just in! Vifloor Canada is pleased to launch three new wool carpet styles. Please take a look below and let us know what you think! Clipper II: Tried and true and re-coloured for a contemporary palette Re-coloured for today’s contemporary buyer. Soft greys and neutral colours offering a woven texture of a durable wool and synthetic...


Interior Design

How much floor should be showing on either side of a hall runner?

Posted on January 26th, 2017.

The experts at Vifloor Canada are often asked, how much floor should be showing on either side of a hall runner? Often, four to five inches of floor showing on each side of a standard hall (three feet wide) is a good balance. If you have a hallway that is wider, then leaving about six inches of floor showing on each side is comfortable.