2 sand stone Hall Design Photos

Frederick + Frederick Architects
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The easier approach would be to apply a wash coat of finish after the floor has been sanded to at least 100grit. The wash coat is 20% dilution of the finish. I use a waterborne poly finish by BONA called Mega. To create the diamonds mask off
modern homes as it does for traditional homes. It's a pretty simple process that just takes a little time and some patience. 1. First, make sure you sand the floors down with either a floor sander or a hand sander. Remove the excess dust with a wet mop, and allow the floors to dry. It's best to use
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The walls of this hallway are hand brushed and oil sanded to achieve the rich, deep finish and complement the custom designed rug. © Aaron Leitz Photography
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