Rift and Quartered Oak Refurbish craftsman-staircase
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Rift and Quartered Oak Refurbish Craftsman Staircase, Salt Lake City

Painted risers allow the depth of the quartersawn stair treads and landing to present themselves as a feature of the house, drawing the eye to the wood's natural beauty.
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3. Invest in Your FloorsDon’t be afraid to budget generously for your floors, Barber says. “Look at it as an investment. If it’s properly selected and installed, it’ll last for a hundred years. A good wood floor adds a lot of value. People spend a lot on their kitchen cabinetry, upgraded lighting and automation, but those things will eventually need to be replaced.” Signature Flooring refurbished the original rift- and quarter-sawn oak flooring in this Salt Lake City home, built in the early 1900s. “It’s amazing how the flooring can stay with a home from generation to generation,” Barber says. “A timeless hardwood floor will age like fine furniture.”See more of this projectMore: For more information on Gary Barrus and Leigh Barber and examples of their work, visit Signature Floors’ Houzz profile.This story was written by the Houzz Sponsored Content team.

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