floor pattern or border around the edges.
Let me know how it turns out! I love the look of painted wood.
orange/white pained floor with checkerboard pattern
A charming toffee yellow and sky blue diamond pattern on an old wood floor creates an inviting cottage feel in this sitting room. A pattern such as this requires you use the lighter color as the base. Once it is dry, you can lay out your pattern with careful measuring
paint = patterned floor. Whether you go for a classic checkerboard or modern stencils, painting a pattern onto the dining room floor means you can forgo the rug. Paint the background first, or let the natural wood peek through, as shown here.
checkerboard pattern is a very popular choice. It is classic and fun at the same time. Here the colors, a beautiful combination of blue and caramel, are what make this particular checkerboard floor unique.