This Mount Pleasant homeowner hated her carpeted staircase. While we were installing new carpeting in the upstairs of her home, she decided to have us remove the carpet from her staircase, which revealed beautiful pine treads. We refinished the treads to match the flooring in her foyer, painted the risers, and installed a beautiful Tuftex…
These Charleston homeowners had a kitchen worth bragging about....except for the sheet vinyl floors the builder had installed to save on costs. We replaced the sheet vinyl with new porcelain tile, which resembles slate, and the results enhance the kitchen and blend beautifully with the granite. Before: After:
Floor Coverings International of Charleston and the Lowcountry helped a homeowner during this bathroom remodel. COREtec luxury vinyl planks (LVP) grace the floor, while DalTile's back and white windmill tile is used on the floor of the shower. The COREtec planks look like wood, but it's totally impervious to water!
We helped this homeowner transform their bathroom. They opted for a classic color palette that utilizes white, black, and gray. 9x12 field tile on the walls, combined with black, white, and gray flat pebbles as an accent give the shower an all new look. These tiles are by DalTile. 12x24 gray plank tiles were chosen to…
These clients were tired of the engineered builder-grade cherry flooring that they had in their entire downstairs. Upgrading to this high-quality laminate, which looks and feels just like real wood, is not only more pet friendly, but also quite beautiful. (more…)
(After Picture) Floor Coverings International of Charleston was able to work with a customer in Charleston and transform their piano room! Beautiful new engineered hardwood was used to replace the original hardwood flooring that completely changed the way the room felt! Before Picture: Project By: Rob and Kathy Bullock, Owner Floor Coverings International of Charleston
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(After Picture) This project came to Floor Coverings International of Charleston from a customer in Mount Pleasant. The existing kitchen tile left a dull feel to the space, but the owner did not want to go too bold. We replaced the old tile with 18" tile which made the space feel more expanded and used a color that added enough…