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Here’s a glass floor landing at the top of a staircase, looking down onto the library. Install a skylight above the glass floor to bring extra natural light into the room below. And check your fear of heights at the front door!
Go retro bold with a bright color like this yellow kitchen floor. Its bright hue will keep you happy as you cook.
Red tile flooring is also another colorful possibility. These oversized tiles make the room feel more expansive, while the deep red adds vibrancy.
For a reasonably affordable way to add style to your space, try a linoleum tile design. The oversized graphic patterns bring a heightened sense of dimension to this kitchen.
If you’re tiling your floor, consider laying two different colored tiles in stripe formation. It’s a fairly simple application that will add just enough visual variation.
If re-tiling isn't in your budget, cut a corner by creating faux tile with paint! This clever design feels almost three-dimensional.
Don’t forget the patio! Consider laying down panels of different wood species for an eclectic, personalized vibe.
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