Quick-Step featured on Home Made Simple series

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Dallas — Quick-Step said it was recently featured in a living room transformation episode of Oprah’s Home Made Simple television series. Each Saturday morning on the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN), the Home Made Simple experts meet a couple who find themselves stuck in their quest of making over a room. The show’s room refresh experts guide the couple through do-it-yourself projects to complete their room transformation.

According to Quick-Step, its Malted Tawny Oak from its Reclaimé Collection was selected by the show’s interior designers for use in a Los Angeles living room transformation.

“The show’s designers were starting with a room that was not very stylish and felt dated,” said Paij Thorn-Brooks, vice president of brand marketing for Unilin, Quick-Step’s parent company. “The designers’ goal was to add style and design to the room by making just a few key changes. Changes that would be within both the budget and DIY skill level of a typical homeowner.”

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