(formerly Decoupage Floors)
featuring the exclusive DuraPAJ method
Unique. Beautiful. Durable.
The paper creates a natural radiant barrier, a real plus for those
seeking eco-friendly options for flooring but also who want something
unique. Custom colors are created specifically for your home or
business to match your decor. The surface looks similar to stone but
not exactly. And then there are the hardwood floor looks we can create.
Your choices are endless. The paper is torn by hand, hand colored,
then hand applied to create a one of a kind, organic surface.
HATE YOUR TILE or LINOLEUM FLOOR? After many years of searching, we now have a special product that
we can skim over your old tile, linoleum, or plywood subflooring to
totally cover that old surface. We can then decoupage over the new
cement skim. Imagine not having to go through the nightmares of
demolition! Anyone who has ever experienced that knows what we
mean when we say 'nightmare'.
You will not know the old flooring is still there. Our decoupage surface,
even with the cement skim, is very thin, so there is virtually no
threshhold change between rooms or surfaces.
Plus, the color does not wear through like stained cement and there
is sound-deadening which stained cement floors do not have.
We offer gloss, satin or matte finish, although satin is by far the most
Just damp mop clean, or use a steamer. No specific product needed
to clean your decoupage floor. We like to say 'less is more' on
cleaning this surface! It's so easy.
Typically our flooring costs $5 - $8 per square foot installed. Our
counter top pricing averages $12 - $15 per square foot.
We usually require at least a 200 sq ft minimum on flooring but can
make exceptions so don't hesitate to ask.
We can travel to do installations, as well, so let's talk about your
Decoupage Floors are not only beautiful, they're affordable! DECOUPAGE FLOORS WAS FEATURED IN:
The Oregonian, January 3, 2013, by Bridget A. Otto
"Paper-covered floors not thin on durability, creativity"
The Portland Tribune July 18, 2013 - by Shasta Kearns Moore
"Sustainable flooring made out of paper"
FloorReports.com, July 19, 2013 - by Linda Lockwood,
Statewide Floor Covering Inspection Service
"Unique-Sustainable Paper Flooring"