You’ve seen this flooring, perhaps you loved it, perhaps you hated it, but it is possibly the best selling resilient flooring of the 20th Century and now Armstrong is bringing it back in four new colorways.
Pam at Retro Renovation has the story on the new colors and the fascinating history of this popular flooring choice.
If you are looking for something new but retro, this would be a great choice for the kitchen of a little mid-century modest Huber home, so check it out.
There is a lot of new development happening in Huber Heights. Our current mayor has a goal to reach 50,000 new residents by 2030, that’s 7,000 more residents that last census. This may or may not be a good thing, either way, you might want to let your Huber Heights Council know your thoughts on some of this development, so consider this a Making Your Voice Heard primer.