In the past year I have taken a number of sales calls for wood flooring in which I was asked if we provide matching base-shoe and baseboard for our wood flooring. I want to go on the record here and say this is one bad idea I try to steer everyone clear from. There should be a clear delineation where the floor meets the wall. Both baseboard and base-shoe (if needed) should offer a clean visual break from the floor. Why would you want the floor to look like its crawling up the wall anyway?
Welcome to WoodFlooringTrends !I'm Sam Cobb. I currently serve as Managing Partner/CEO of Real Wood Floors. I started this blog to open a discussion of emerging trends in the wood flooring industry. We've compiled a great list of contributors each bringing a unique perspective to the discussion providing you real-time info on current style trajectory.
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