A great new cafe opened up in the Port Orange Pavilion. It’s called Copperline. The decor is inspired by the Tennessee countryside and it boasts tasty treats like fried chicken and biscuits, craft coffee and waffles: www.news-journalonline.com by Daytona Journal Online.

Now that it’s officially holiday season, you won’t be any stranger to food for the next 45 days, but there’ll be times when you’re exhausted from non-stop shopping, frequent parties, entertaining, or catering to your houseful of guests. Sometimes you’ll just need to relax and treat yourself, and a visit to this establishment can offer a much-needed break.

Speaking of holidays, is your house ready? Spruce it up with a kitchen and bath remodeling, and visit the experts at David Waller Interiors in Port Orange, FL.

Here’s the good news. You don’t have to spend an arm and a leg and a lot of money on a full top-to-bottom kitchen and bath remodeling. A mini one will do for now. The best way to refresh? Change up the floors.

Need some ideas?

Tile is a great choice for your kitchen and bath remodeling. It adds architectural interest and comes in so many colors, patterns and shapes; you can really let your imagination go wild designing your own special look. It’s all durable and easy to clean.

We carry both porcelain and ceramic tile, so there’s something appropriate for both the kitchen and the bath. Both types of tile are made of clay, but porcelain is denser and fired at higher temperatures, so it’s thicker and more durable than ceramic. That makes it an ideal choice for the kitchen and other heavy traffic areas. Ceramic is a thinner tile, so it’s good for the bathroom or powder room.

Another idea is laminate, and it’s really friendly to the wallet. Thanks to modern technology, laminate provides a remarkably similar look of hardwood, and is both durable and easy to clean. Laminate is moisture-resistant but, like many flooring types, avoid liquid puddles. It is made of wood, so excess liquid can warp it.

David Waller Interiors carries a large stock of inventory including flooring, such as tile, laminate, hardwood, carpet, as well as home decor. The company is located in Port Orange, Fl.