Indoor City is so excited to have worked on a number of homes that have been entered in the 2016 Parade of Homes. If you followed along with our blog last year, you’ll remember that we highlighted the flooring and countertop finishes that we installed in some of the entries. We’re back again this year to do the same.

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The first home we’ll be featuring this year is the model home at Landis Farm – built by EG Stoltzfus Homes. This beautiful single family home is situated in Landisville, PA and offers an open floorplan, outdoor living space and high-end finishes.

Keep reading to learn more about the flooring and countertops that Indoor City installed in this beautiful home.




The heart of the home is always the kitchen. With an open-concept, abundant counter space and a “Costco” closet, this kitchen is perfect for entertaining.

Countertops: Super White (polished) quartzite with a straight polish edge treatment

Tile backsplash: Spirited II “Frost” 4×12 glass installed in a subway pattern




With the powder room located right off of the kitchen, it only made sense to carry the same lovely Super White quartzite on this vanity suited for guests. A rectangular undermount bowl gives it a little personality!

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The majority of the first floor is covered in ¾” solid handscraped hardwood which gives so much warmth to the home’s main living areas. The warm grey tones in the wood provide a great contrast with the white kitchen cabinets and light colored countertops.

Hardwood: Shaw ¾” Prelude, color: Recital



The laundry room, or the room sometimes referred to as the “mud room”, requires a floor that can withstand soccer cleats, dirty laundry and lots of foot traffic. The LVT (or luxury vinyl tile) installed in this room looks great and will remain looking great for years to come.

LVT: Mannington Adura Athena 12×24 “Maiden’s Veil” set in a brick pattern



Everyone loves a soft landing when getting out of bed in the morning. The upstairs hallway and bedrooms in this home have soft, light carpet that feels good under your feet and looks good with any décor.

Carpet: Shaw Bright Ideas II, Color: Antique Pearl


Is that hardwood!? Take a closer look – this wood-look porcelain tile has all the characteristics of hardwood yet will withstand being in a bathroom with no concerns of getting water damaged. How cool is that? The warms tones and soft variation in the floor pair nicely with the simple (& durable) quartz countertop on the double vanity. The products in this bathroom are attractive yet require very little maintenance. Bring on the kids!

Floor tile: Isla Kingwood “White” 6×36 set in a random plank pattern

Countertop: Silestone “Calypso” (quartz)

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A master bath should always be a place that makes you feel at home. The beautiful white & grey tones in this bathroom give a clean and bright feeling to a space that gets used throughout the day. With a fun, yet traditional, herringbone tile floor and a spacious tile shower, this space might end up being a room you’d hate to leave in the morning.

Vanity countertop: Honed White Carrara

Bathroom floor tile: Carrara series 4×12 porcelain tile set in a herringbone pattern

Shower floor tile: Time 2.0 natural 2×2 “Silver”

Shower wall tile: Carrara series 4×12 porcelain tile set in a subway pattern with AKDO’s Signature glass in “Arctic White” used as an accent

Shower accessories: Honed White Carrara to match bathroom vanity

EG Stoltzfus is using this beautiful home as their single family model in Landis Farm. The garage been converted to a sales office, which has a good-looking and durable LVT floor as well as quartz countertops.

LVT: Mannington Adura Dockside “Pier”

Countertops: Indoor City’s The Avenue “Prince Street” (quartz)

Tile backsplash: Spirited II “Frost” 4×12 glass installed in a subway pattern

What is YOUR favorite feature in this home? We love the hardwood flooring as well as the awesome sliding barn door in the family room.