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Hardwood Floors with Varying Widths
Choosing boards with varying widths gives the floor a fresh, one-of-a-kind look. It's also a style that hearkens back to historic homes, built when builders made use of every part of the tree. However, this floor trend style requires extra cost and installation time, so be prepared for the investment.
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Terrazzo is an interesting mix of stone chips (traditionally marble) either embedded in concrete or encased in resin. And it's a unique type of flooring that can be used as an upgrade from linoleum or vinyl.
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