Congratulations to Brian & Mika!
We are proud to be a part of the winning design, featuring our Art Select Glacier Oak.
You watched as Brian & Mika won Season 2 of HGTV’s Rock the Block - now you can create your dream floor with Brian & Mika! Get started on your dream floor.
About the Show
Top HGTV home renovation and designer duos have a $225,000 budget and one month to transform identical homes on the same city block and earn ultimate bragging rights in Season 2 of Rock the Block, a design competition series. Season 2 teams include: Mike Holmes & Alison Victoria, Nate Berkus & Jeremiah Brent, David Bromstad & Tiffany Brooks, and Brian & Mika Kleinschmidt.
Team Brian & Mika
Custom home designers Brian and Mika Kleinschmidt create, build and completely personalize a home from the ground-up for their clients in only 100 days in HGTV’s 100 Day Dream Home. Together, this husband and wife team make dream homes come true, helping clients design and build the perfect house in the perfect location.
We love using Karndean flooring in our designs. They have a diverse selection of styles and textures that allow your creativity to run wild. It’s not only easy on the eye, but also easy to install. The best part is the floors won’t break the bank or your back. Karndean helped us ‘Rock The Block’ on TV and many others’ blocks in real life.”
- Brian & Mika Kleinschmidt
See Brian & Mika's completed "Southern Craftsman" home. View the Rock the Block gallery.
Featured Product: Glacier Oak
Our product designers developed the floor Glacier Oak from a selection of French Oak boards, which has been long established as a popular choice of both flooring and wine-making. These oak boards have minimal knots and a tight grain pattern that results from the trees growing so closely together, ultimately creating a subtle, tonal floor.
Our matte, handscraped emboss adds a final layer of elegance to this upscale visual, available in 56” x 9” planks (see Glacier Oak RL21) and 18” x 3” planks (see Glacier Oak SM-RL21). Use the two sizes together within the same room or next to each other in adjoining rooms for color continuity.