Quality Carpet One started business in 1969 and is now in it's third-generation family owner. We are the oldest flooring store in Anne Arundel and Prince Georges Counties. We strive to provide you the best service at the best prices with no high-pressure sales.
Listed in the Washingtonian as one of DC's top tile providers, Architectural Ceramics employs trained design consultants to flesh out customers' skeletal designs, creating individualized bathrooms, kitchen back-splashes, fireplaces, and more. Stop by to browse through 25,000 samples with tiles ranging in price from $5 to $40 per square foot, depending on the collection. Oceanside Glasstile ranges from $30 to $40 per square foot, and Sonoma Tilemakers from $20 to $30. Architectural Ceramics's showrooms also feature green options, created by artisans using natural and recycled materials whenever possible. Its consultants stand by to develop prospective redecorators' ideas with conceptual drawings and work hard to make design dreams come true, except for those that involve live bear-skin rugs.
In little more than a decade, the technicians at PriceCo Floors have completed more than 6,300 residential and commercial installation jobs. Before installation, they make free in-home estimates based on square footage, type of flooring, and whether customers want to carpet the ceiling. They then install a selection of carpeting from brands such as Shaw and Anderson, or hardwood, laminate, and vinyl from brands such as Armstrong. Their stock of specialized surfaces includes porcelain tile, bamboo, and Mohawk SmartStrand carpets with stain-resistant fibers.
ModernRugs.com features a huge variety of artistic accessories and high-quality rugs created by prominent designers and master rug crafters from around the world, such as Calvin Klein, Martha Stewart, and Dakota Jackson. Today’s deal gives floors a reason to stop complaining about being cold with an enormous selection of colorful groundsheets, like the 2’ x 3’ hand-tufted tribal-gray rug ($79), created completely from wool and woven together in China. Designer Thomas Paul gives shoes something to tread softly upon with the 3’ x 5’ coral-cream-orange rug ($189), while a 3’6” x 5’6” Flokati-style Mongolian Shag MG-01 HM Expresso ($162) tickles toes with soft acrylic tresses that are just the right color for spilling brown-colored liquids or hiding chocolate cake. In lieu of rug pursuits, customers can flip through web pages filled with home accessories that include modern lighting options, tableware from the future, and classy furnishings.