Tall Timbers in Homecoming - modern kitchen designs

It’s no secret that the kitchen is the heart of the home and for many families, the most popular room in the household! Full of delicious flavors, aromas, and meaningful conversations, an inviting kitchen captures warmth and comfort while offering a chic culinary station. Farmhouse style design offers a refined yet relaxed appeal that highlights…

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Au Naturelle Nude

If extra time at home this year has you finally ready to tackle the remodel project in your home, or if you are renovating a home to list on the market while interest rates are incredibly low, then you are probably already aware of the value of wood floors: On average, homes with the gorgeous,…

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Bed decorated for Valentine's Day with red throw pillow

No matter how you feel about roses, teddy bears and conversation hearts, the red and pink holiday that rolls around every February is the perfect time to show appreciation for the special people in your life. So whether you’re going for a romantic night out or spending ‘Galentines’ with your girls, let the love in! …

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hearthwood-floors-tennessee-trails-signal-point

When the festive Holiday season comes to a close and the New Year begins, we take down our celebratory decorations and as a result, remove the cheerful colors that come with them. These pieces often tend to be deep red, green, blue, gold, and silver flourishes and their absence leaves a noticeable difference. Now it’s…

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Hardwood flooring living room scene from Redfin article

The floor beneath your feet has the potential to shape the feel of your entire home. It’s a high-stakes decision, and it helps to be as knowledgeable as possible before making the final call. Consider: which designs are trending? Which material will last the longest or require the least maintenance? Which flooring is best for…

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spilled wine on hardwood flooring

Egg nog, red wine, winter slush, and pet stains – Oh my! As excited as we are to receive visitors during the holidays, there are a few extra seasonal offenders that may also stop by to pay us a visit. You’ve worked hard to decorate your home to the nines with holiday cheer, so there’s…

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Inertia engineered hardwood flooring from Hearthwood Floors

Modern innovation continues to make the products we use in our homes safer and sounder for better, happier living. Invented in the 1960s, engineered hardwood is a modern innovation that combines both the beauty of real wood with the performance benefits of man-made engineering.  However, selecting between solid hardwood flooring or engineered hardwood flooring for…

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White Rock flooring from the Tennessee Trails collection of Hearthwood Floors

This should come as no surprise, but homeowners truly LOVE hardwood floors. Who can possibly resist such a timeless, durable flooring option? It’s everything we want at once: stylish, luxurious, chic, and natural. The newest hardwood styles make waves every year, and Hearthwood’s research and development team lead the industry in introducing the trend-setting styles…

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For active families with a full schedule, life can get a little bit hectic. There’s soccer practice on Tuesday, book club on Thursday, and don’t forget the dinner party on Saturday that you’re hosting. And of course, Max, the golden retriever puppy, is still potty training. It feels like there’s never a dull moment! You…

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Flooring is the foundation of your home and so choosing hardwood that will perform is critical. It should be durable, resistant, and, of course, beautiful. There so many species to choose from, how do you know which one is right for you? At Hearthwood, wood is our passion. We want to make it easier for…

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There are many hybrid flooring options that “look” like wood but aren’t actually made of any natural wood. This has created some confusion around the different products available, and lead some to believe if it’s “engineered” it’s fake. In order to remove the stigma, we want to provide an overview of the different types of…

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Allie Finkell started working in the family business at the age of 12, filling online sample requests at the start of the internet age. After internships in marketing and sales, she finished her degree in Economics and moved to New York City to pursue a career in advertising. A year later, she joined Anderson as…

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L. W. (Andy) Anderson was born in 1899 in Indiana and moved to Chicago in 1930 to work as the GM for the Daystrum Corporation – a plywood manufacturer. A natural salesman, Andy was successful in selling plywood to the U. S. Navy for use making PT Boats and Higgins Landing Craft that were used…

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