That being said, the Manatee Young Professionals gave a presentation last year to the Manatee County Chamber of Commerce about the lack of housing for young professionals. As a result, Connect Bradenton has submitted a proposal to Manatee County to transform the 80,000 sf condemned old jail building into multi-family housing. This new development could include rentals, condos, and some commercial space: Source: www.bradenton.com by Claire Aronson
Hardwood Flooring in Bradenton, FL is the Perfect Choice for a Millennial's First Home
Hardwood is versatile, and will suit any environment, but it’s durability that makes it the perfect choice for hardwood flooring in Bradenton, FL, because it lasts for years.
First, ask yourself what look you want to achieve. While a dark floor adds warmth and richness, a light one will add an airy, cottage-like, almost youthful style. Medium shades are really the best of both worlds and, with the knots and raised grains; they can add a bit of “quirkiness” too.
Want contrast? Just because your hardwood flooring is natural, doesn’t mean everything else has to be, so add some modern shapes, or maybe even some “industrial style” designs for interest. Then mix up different colors and textures to give the eye an unexpected treat!
Add some softness and texture with a brightly colored area rug or some pillows, curtains or even lampshades and, voila! You have a home of your own.
One thing to note: Hardwood flooring will expand and shrink with the weather. For example, humidity will make it swell, while cooler weather will make it shrink. This doesn’t pose a problem if it’s professionally installed, so please don’t try to do it yourself!
Flooring Depot carries a wide range of carpet, tile, hardwood, luxury vinyl, vinyl sheet goods, laminate, as well as Mohawk products. The owner, Bud Hurter, is a long-time resident of Manatee County.