New Canadian resort feature cork flooring
New Canadian resort feature cork flooring A lavish resort in Canmore, Alberta, is just weeks away from opening after a delay in construction. The Calgary Herald reports that the $135 million resort will feature a number of lush amenities in its 214 suites.
"This will be a full-service resort. It'll have amenities for families - play areas and water features for children and a 200-seat theatre, as well as the more sophisticated spa and conference center," Ed Romanowski, the CEO of the company building the resort, told the news source.
Romanowski added that the suites, which range from 705 to 1,780-square-feet, are complete with impressive gourmet kitchens that feature high-end appliances. Along with a state-of-the-art kitchen, the news provider reports that there are also coffered ceilings in the living rooms as well as cork flooring throughout much of the suites.
Homeowners looking for an attractive and functional design choice may want to consider installing cork flooring. TLC.com reports that the flooring comes in a wide variety of colors, and since cork is harvested from bark that regenerates itself very quickly, it treads lightly on the environment.