Karndean Designflooring helps homeowners with new web tools

March 10, 2017

Mid-century living spaceExport, Pa.—Karndean Designflooring is on a mission to help homeowners find the perfect floor for their home with its new online Style Finder and Moodboard web tools.

With more than 200 products to choose from, Style Finder is designed to inspire and help users narrow down their choices when looking for a wood or stone design to suit their individual style. Users are asked several simple questions about their style preferences to discover their ideal flooring options.

Karndean has also released an additional feature on their site alongside the Style Finder where, like Pinterest, users can create personal moodboards when logged into their Karndean.com account. These boards allow users to save links to their favorite products, images and blog posts for future reference or to share with their independent retailer.

“Choosing a new floor is one of the most important things to do when planning any room,” said Larry Browder, CEO, Karndean. “Home is where you unwind and relax, so you want it to be an expression of your personal style. These new tools are a fantastic way for homeowners to explore our flooring options before visiting their local retailer.”

For more information, visit www.karndean.com/stylefinder or www.karndean.com

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