Take a drive through downtown Spartanburg and you’ll see, hear, and certainly get a feel for the changes taking place. You might observe the obvious new additions like shops and restaurants, but you might also be picking up on some intangibles too…that sense of urban connectedness that’s taking plac… read more
Any hue of blue will do…it’s a color we’ve always been drawn to at Hodge Floors.
Blue can represent elements of nature like the sea and sky, creating feelings of calm and tranquility. On the flipside, stronger blue hues can invoke dramatic feelings of exhilarat… read more
Written on May 29th 2018.Posted in Flooring | Hodge Insight
We love foot traffic. Being the flooring specialists that we are, you could say that it’s music to our ears—especially when it means healthy development for Spartanburg’s economy. Take a good look at the downtown Spartanburg footprint and one thing is clear: it’s transforming. Over the past few year… read more
Written on May 4th 2018.Posted in Flooring | Hodge Insight
The weather is warming, the flowers are popping, and there’s no better time to bring that springtime beauty indoors. Now the stylish yet durable floors you’ve been eyeing are on display at Hodge Floors.
From April 2 to May 12, Hodge Floors is offering a fantastic promotion on select Shaw Floors t… read more
Written by Mia Hodge Thompson on March 30th 2018.Posted in Flooring | Promotions
Karastan is known for the beauty, quality and durability of their carpets. Ninety years ago, the company’s first hand-woven carpets rolled off the machines in Eden, North Carolina. To this day, Karastan continues to marry traditional and contemporary styles with their hand-woven wool, tufted nylon a… read more
Written by Mia Hodge Thompson on February 26th 2018.Posted in Flooring | Promotions
It’s the kind of project call we love: the opportunity to work on a historic landmark like the Mary Wilson Gee Dining Hall at Converse College. Named after it’s Dean of Students who served for 54 years, this elegant dining hall hosts not only students, professors and staff for their daily meals, but… read more