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Some of the most popular parquet patterns today are named after famous places or people. Thomas Jefferson’s home is the influence behind the Monticello pattern. The Jeffersonian pattern, named after Thomas Jefferson, is a variation of the Monticello pattern. The Marie Antoinette pattern is believed to have been created by this famous French queen, while the Louvre pattern can be found on the floors of the French National Museum of Art.
One of the most beautiful additions to any wood flooring design plan is that of a floor border. It may be a simple design, such as nothing more than a lighter or darker colored border. It could be a much more intricate design, which can be perfect for more formal areas of the home, such as entryways, foyers, and dining rooms.
One of the most striking additions to a hardwood floor is a medallion. You have probably seen one of these beautiful creations in a government office, a bank, or a law firm. For many years, medallions were only for businesses and for elite, expensive homes. Today, though, many homeowners have hardwood floors with gorgeous medallions. Some are in new floors and others have been added to existing floors.
Check out our large variety of Classical Greek Key pattern on Hardwood Floor Borders and Medallions.
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Not only are there many different types of wood to choose from for your hard wood floors, there are other things to consider, as well. For example, do you want a solid wood floor or one that is engineered? Is a prefinished floor what you desire or do you want one that you must finish yourself?
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