When designer Amy Pigliacampo was planning her Boulder, CO home renovation, she needed a floor that would complement her modern design aesthetic but retain a timeless appeal for future resale.
White, gray, and black dominate the permanent fixtures in the home, with bright colors peppered in through pillows, toys, and decor. Amy chose Shell to contrast with the cool tones by adding balance and soft warmth.
Despite its modern aesthetic, the home needed to be functional enough to stand up to the Pigliacampo's lifestyle - including young kids. Shell's natural knots and variations offered forgiveness for occasional scratches and marks.
"The texture is incredible and adds so much depth to our space," Amy said. "While our personal style trends modern you could truly use this floor with any decor, it's so versatile."
Amy believes that one of the most important pieces of home renovation is creating a space that reflects the people that live there and their story. That meant searching for the perfect materials that felt intentional and special in her home.
The Pigliacampos struggled to find high-quality floors that fit their design aesthetic at an affordable price. Scouring through retail showrooms led them to a dead end.
When Amy came across Stuga, she was thrilled to find an accessible alternative that fit her personal style, lifestyle, and budget.
"If you spend your money wisely (hi amazing floors!) you can have a beautiful, inspiring and comfortable home at any price or size," she said.