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It's no secret that flooring can make or break the design of a room. Even if you've settled on hardwood flooring, the options are endless — from the type of wood to the finish, texture and pattern.

Preverco makes the process easy by staying at the forefront of the latest trends and technology. They're firm believers that flooring sets the tone for a room and acts as a major focal point of its design that will last for decades — so it's worth investing in quality. With a range of innovative Canadian-made products, they offer something to suit every style. (This blog is sponsored by Preverco.) Take a look at a few of our top picks from the company:

A uniform grain and medium brown shade make the Hard Maple Bora Wave a timeless choice that complements any decor.

Lighter, grey-white wood like the White Oak Stockholm is fresh and on-trend. Its cathedral pattern of growth rings makes it a favourite among architects and designers.

Red Oak Brushed Kilimanjaro creates a rich, inviting interior. Known for its hardness and shock resistance, it wears well and makes a great option for family homes.

Classic meets contemporary with Natural Walnut, which has a fine, straight grain.

Brown-grey tones and a unique wave effect make the Yellow Birch Maldives Wave a striking choice.

With so many unique styles to choose from, you can't go wrong. Which is your favourite?

To view Preverco's full range of flooring, visit Preverco.com or call 1-877-667-2725.

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Author: 

Chloe Berge

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