Instagram has been an incredible platform for me to learn, find inspiration and make new friends.
I want to hear who your favourite Instagram account is!
Please comment below and bookmark this post so you can come back in a few days to find some new inspirational accounts to follow!
I’ll start by saying that my new favourite account to follow is @ninestoriesfurniture
Van Besouw produces carpets of exceptional quality, probably due to their experience since they have a history dating back to 1839.
They don’t just weave carpet out of wool, but also knit them in cotton and modern fibres which opens up a huge range of allergen-free choices. This is what makes Van Besouw famous, as well as their carpets being very durable... the longer the carpet is used, the more beautiful it becomes!
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Happy Monday! This time of year the to-do list can seem overwhelming -- between the holidays, the end of the year and just tackling a Monday, it can all take a toll. Having an dedicated home office can help you stay organized and on task. Check out our website, link in profile, to see more finished designs by Holzman Interiors.
My husband got to drive by the lot today after being away a week. That week brought snow and rain, so we didn't miss TOO much. Some framing going up on the second floor, which is exciting! #littlebylittle
Time for Floortalk!
Hey y'all. Thanks for joining us. Floortalk is a weekly opportunity to talk shop with hundreds of other great wood flooring pro's right here on Instagram. We are here to learn from each other! •
Tonight's Topic: INTERNET!
How many of y’all are buying your supplies from the internet rather than your distributor/local supplier? If so, why? Is it a matter of pricing, convenience, customer service, product availability or other reasons? What supplies do you buy online? Do you use a floor specific website or Amazon? And if you don’t shop online, what keeps you coming back to your distributor/local supplier? •
Tonight’s Subtopic: PRICING!
I’m interested in knowing how the pricing of supplies/products differ from state to state; region to region. Is the markup the same % from distributor to distributor? I understand that the cost of living reflects cost differences from state to state. But the median should be as close to the mean as possible. And the value of the RANGES overall % shouldn’t be higher than the value of the MEDIANS overall %. In other words, what is the % of markup? Should we start disclosing our prices amongst us floor guys? And if you have any other questions on this matter, please feel free to ask! Again, these are questions to start a dialogue! Dialogue leads to learning, even affirmation! And this only betters us as craftsmen! •
Let’s keep this professional!! We are here to learn from each other and advance our industry for the better! •
Tonight’s floor is by the super talented @treadline_hardwood! Go give them a follow!