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Couture Floors

Couture Floors Meeting RoomCouture Floors is a local, family owned company conveniently located just 10 minutes outside loop 1604 on IH-10 west between Fair Oaks Ranch and Boerne. Couture Floors provides a comfortable, state of the art, 5,500 square-foot showroom and design center. We have the most current styles and colors of floor covering products available. We carry the industry’s leading name brands at affordable, competitive pricing. Come visit our beautiful showroom and see the most recent selections of Carpet, Hardwood, Tile, Stone and Area Rugs. 

There is something for every family and every budget at Couture Floors.

History:

In the spring of 2006, Jed Mazour (shown right) and Dan Majetich (shown left) partnered together to open Couture Floors – a dream come true for both of these successful businessmen. Together they share their enthusiasm, energy and industry knowledge with all of their clients in a way that is unique and new to the area. They opened a second location in Leon Springs which holds more than 4,000 square feet of flooring design materials.

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What makes us so unique?

Customer Service: Our Flooring Design Consultants are trained on the latest fashions in flooring, the hottest color trends, and the most stylish products available

Quality: Featuring first-rate product lines and outstanding installation, Couture Floors offers a Quality Assurance Warranty with each installation.

Knowledge: Today's consumers are educated on products, so our consultants are prepared to assist in the selection process and are informed about product lines and installation requirements.

Fitting your home with the right products is our mission.

 

Articles

Browse our library of flooring articles for helpful tips and news on all the products you need.

Style 101

Complement your unique style, as well as the function of the room.

The Layers of Laminate

Designs that offer the look and feel of beautiful hardwood, ceramic tile, and slate.

Solid vs Engineered Hardwood

What's the difference?