Hardwood or laminate flooring in an entryway of a home

Hardwood vs. Laminate: Which is Right for My Home?

Choosing hardwood or laminate for your home will depend on the space itself, your household, and potential resale value.

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Engineered hardwood floor in a kitchen vs laminate

Engineered Hardwood vs Laminate

Engineered Hardwood and Laminate are different in appearance, maintenance needs, installation methods, and more. Explore your options here.

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Flooring to boost a home's retail value. Living room setting.

Best Flooring for Home Resale Value

You have plenty of decisions to consider before putting your home on the market. Start by looking at what’s below your feet—the flooring.

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Hardwood floor replacing a carpeted room

Why You Should Replace Your Carpet with Hardwood Floors

Replacing carpet with hardwood floors transforms your home into a modern, maintainable living experience.

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Bathroom with no ceramic tile

Do I Have to Use Ceramic Tile in My Bathroom?

If you’re looking for something besides ceramic tiles for your bathroom, consider these options.

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Clean laminate flooring in a living room

Cleaning Tips for Laminate Flooring

Laminate flooring is a staple for homeowners. To get the best out of your flooring, know the proper cleaning techniques

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How To Repair Engineered Hardwood Floors 

With a warm, timeless design, engineered hardwood flooring offers all the same benefits as traditional hardwood

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Best Flooring Option for Your Rental Property 

When it comes to owning and managing a rental property, selecting the right floor is one of the most important investments you can make.

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What Type of Flooring Should I Use in My Shed? 

Whether you’re renovating an old structure or putting in a new one, you may wonder what flooring you should use in your shed.

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Rubber Flooring

What Thickness of Rubber Flooring Should I Use in My Home Gym?

Having a home gym is one of the most convenient ways to exercise. You get to break a sweat in the comfort of home and work out around your busy schedule.

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Engineered Hardwood

Frequently Asked Questions About Engineered Hardwood

Engineered hardwood is a stylish and versatile flooring option that works well in a variety of spaces. To help homeowners learn more about it, Landmark Interiors decided to answer some frequently asked questions.

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Different Spaces for Rubber Flooring

In this blog, we’ll explore various spaces where rubber flooring can be installed and find out what makes reliable.

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Most Efficient Flooring to Lay

Most Efficient Flooring to Lay

Having an addition put on your house, or replacing the floor in every room, you’ll want the installation to be as efficient as possible.

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Home Flooring

Which Flooring Lasts The Longest?

A lot goes into making a house a home. One of the biggest steps is deciding what flooring it’ll have.

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How Much Flooring Should I Order?

As you begin renovating your kitchen or remodeling your living room, you may wonder how much flooring you should order.

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LVT Scratch Resistant

What Does It Mean for LVT and LVP To Be Scratch Resistant?

If you have pets or kids, you know how quickly things can go from pristine to unclean. That’s especially true for your floors, which will bear the brunt of whatever the cat may drag in.

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Hardwood vs Moisture

Hardwood vs Moisture Round 3: After Installation

So far, in our hardwood vs. moisture series, we’ve learned how to protect natural hardwood floors from moisture before installation and during installation. However, the job’s not done just because the floors are installed.

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Front door of house

What is an Expansion Gap and Why Should I Leave One?

Whether you’ve just moved in or have been in your home for years, you may have noticed a gap between your flooring and your walls. This is an expansion gap, and most homes are designed with these in mind. So, what is an expansion gap and why should I leave one? Landmark Interiors bridges the gap for you in this blog!

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How to Repair Luxury Vinyl Tile Flooring

Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) gives your home a distinct style and a nice clean feeling. However, things happen, and wear and tear are common in spaces that have been lived in. So, if you’re seeing cracking, warping, or other damage to your flooring, don’t worry. In this blog, Landmark Interiors looks at how to repair Luxury Vinyl Tile flooring.

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Luxury Vinyl Plank Flooring

How Do I Pick the Best Luxury Vinyl Plank Flooring for My Home?

Luxury vinyl plank (LVP) flooring has become increasingly popular among modern homeowners who want the classic look of hardwood, with more convenient upkeep.

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Benefits of Laminate Flooring

Benefits of Laminate Flooring

Laminate flooring is a multi-layered flooring that’s known for its durability. The design offers a realistic pattern of wood, stone, or tile.

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Flooring That Gives Your Home a Modern Style

Flooring That Gives Your Home a Modern Style

Modern style is all about natural materials and neutral colors, so natural-colored flooring options are a great place to start.

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Recommend Which Direction To Lay Flooring

How Do You Recommend Which Direction To Lay Flooring?

When you’re designing a space, the little details matter—all the way down to which direction you lay the floors. As you know, something as simple as a 180-degree turn can make a board look completely different.

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Flooring Trends

Flooring Trends in 2023

When homeowners begin shopping for flooring, like premium Landmark Interiors products, it can help to learn all about the current trends in interior design. What’s “in” can depend upon the latest trend. So, what’s all the rage this year? Check out these top flooring trends of 2023!

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For more information, browse through our blogs, or even try our Floor Visualizer tool to see how our many flooring options could look inside your home. Contact your local dealer to get started or use our search tool to find a retailer near you!

Tips for Choosing a Landmark Interiors Flooring Product for Your Home

Here are some things to consider to ensure you choose the ideal Landmark Interiors product that fits your unique vision and needs:


Moisture can warp your floorboards, cause structural damage, and leave stains and watermarks. Landmark Interiors’ luxury vinyl tile and plank surfaces are designed to guard against moisture. They’re resistant to water and other liquids, as well as stains, so you don’t have to sweat it the next time there’s a spill.

Scratches and Fading

In addition to having naturally beautiful qualities like solid wood, engineered hardwood is made to withstand high foot traffic in any residential space, with minimal maintenance.

Another great feature for longevity is the fade resistance in our luxury vinyl tile and plank surfaces. They’re coated in fade-resistant materials that’ll keep them looking sharp for years to come.

Comfort and Protection

For parents and pet owners, safety is just as big a concern as style and durability. Our vinyl surfaces are anti-microbial, so you can be confident that they’re safe for kids and pets. They’re even GREENGUARD Certified, which should give you some peace of mind when your little ones are playing on the floor. Plus, they’re easy to clean and maintain.

For an active lifestyle, we also offer sports and multi-purpose flooring that’s ergonomic and shock absorbing—ideal for a home gym.

Creating an Atmosphere That’s All Your Own

On top of all the practical elements, choosing a floor is also about expressing yourself. Whatever you choose should have a look and feel that matches your tastes.

Our collections offer engineered hardwood with a wire brush texture. These matching wood trims stay consistent from room to room and offer classic hardwood appeal. Likewise, our luxury vinyl tile and plank surfaces offer both traditional and modern tones to match the style of any home.

Learn More About Choosing a Floor for Your Home

Landmark Interiors products offer a wide variety of flooring options for your home. We’re your Landmark, so locate and contact your local retailer to learn more or get started today!