Avoid the plastic, avoid the big-box, avoid the hype–take a walk with us toward the greener side of flooring and tile
Flooring doesn’t need to be complicated. We realize our customers would not like to have any unexpected outcomes with their flooring. So, we keep it as simple as possible. We have hand selected the least-toxic, and also time-tested flooring options. Our products are safe for even those most chemically sensitive individuals. We don’t do vinyl and we don’t do carpet either. Instead, we offer to you gorgeous palettes of cork, bamboo, oiled woods, and natural linoleum. For the wet areas in your home, we have waterproof options as well. Our product line has expanded significantly since our web site was published. Please contact us by phone or email if you want to talk through options which may not be on the web site. We can share photos and keep the ball rolling to get your project moving.
Experience the Eco-Friendly Difference
We have been providing non-toxic and environmentally sustainable flooring and tile for over a decade.
We take the authenticity of our products very seriously. We carry ONLY eco-friendly products—not just a line of “green” products. You won’t find rainforest woods or liquidated bargain-basement corks, either.
When you work with us, you’ll have your choice of beautiful, non-toxic, authentically green flooring and tile at fair prices.
FOR THE TRADE
Trade professionals can benefit from our one-stop-shop experience. Not only do we carry the fabulous tiles you have been looking for, but we can also supply the sustainably harvested Oak on your specification or the recycled quartz countertop.
If we do not currently show it on our web site or in our design gallery, there is still a good chance that we can source and supply most any Green product you are looking for.
Look to us for something different, something authentically green, and good, sound advice.
We sell products world wide through every distribution channel including direct consumer retail sales from our Madison, WI showrooms, wholesale through dealers, direct to builders, commercial contracts, and online e-tailers.