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Traditional Hall
Marble Flooring pros - durable cons - hard to install and maintain and its very expensive Found in legislative buildings and museums. Not popular for houses but more popular for commercial buildings.
Marble. Pros- very beautiful. kind of difficult to install. Cons- It would be difficult to match your furniture and wall color with. This would look nice in a kitchen, dining room or bathroom. Floor is popular
Note the inserted 2*2 tiles in the marble design. Installed on diagonal with border
“lobby” — ychurba
Thos. Ryan Design LLC
Gothic in Toronto, Canada
Bust down part of wall in dining room and install floor to ceiling (?) black trimmed
Bust down part of wall in dining room and install floor to ceiling (?) black trimmed french doors/windows to look out into the backyard.
“French Doors” — robertsondesigns
tuthill architecture
13 Reviews
Hall Pass
Correct - A project like this will typically involve a very qualified installer that will give exact measurements and specs for the given rooms. Then you take those to find your floor.
flooring installed parallel and perpendicular to designate rooms
from your installer. If parquet flooring is applied directly over a concrete slab, make sure to apply two coats of epoxy membrane so the wood doesn't buckle from moisture later on. Both panel- and block-style parquetry pieces need to sit in the room for at least 72 hours before installation so the timber
“Floor” — sonyschleg
Northern Virginia Design Firm
Exclusive Design, Exceptional Living
We deliver “ceiling to floor” interior design services, and 17 years of experience has afforded our design team the opportunity to share our passion for design and creating unique interior spaces.
Jerry Jacobs Design, Inc.
19 Reviews
Glass floor landing. Buena vista Deco
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!
“plancher transparent” — lajuliecrete
Shannon Malone
floor-to-ceiling map installation can transform an awkward hallway into an educational opportunity. Don't like the look? Wall decals and murals come in all sorts of customizable options, and they're often more affordable than wallpaper.
7. MuralsA floor-to-ceiling map installation can transform an awkward
“Spencer's room?” — megwilson415
4 Reviews
Heritage home. Nothing adds history to a traditional-style house like stained-glass panels in the front door. Just be sure you install a deadbolt for extra security.
“Arch” — afasolo
Regency Interior Design,LLC
2 Reviews
Regency Interior Design, LLC
Tiles are similar to kitchen tiles with dark linear inserts about 3'' x 24''. Could be difficult to install 24'' long tiles because of the level of the floor underneath
“Style of tiling” — sabbyq
Jennifer Hulse Design
Entrance Hall
painted paneling used with the white and wood stairs adds width and interest to plain walls in a narrow hall, which is typical of the era. If you're installing paneling from scratch, keep true to Victorian style and make sure it is elegantly beveled.
“Hallway color for Catherine!” — gramfram
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