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Add a bamboo accent or match a bamboo floor with this interior-grade product
Tiles are made from a crushed-limestone composite
The best remedy for a sagging out-of-level floor is putting in new LVL joists and engineered subfloor.
The most common choice for hardwoods in the houses I build has been white oak, so when I found out the architect had specified Mesquite, I knew I needed to video the process.
I've used alot of waterborne floor finishes over the years but my favorites are the ones made by BONA.
Old-growth timber lost during logging operations a century ago gets a new lease on life as interior millwork.
This thread from the JLC Forums starts with a question about what glues--other than contact cement--can be used in a tight spot behind cabinets to adhere a laminate backsplash.
The surface of the 12mm-thick laminate is embossed with the grain and texture of reclaimed wood to create an authentic look in a laminate product.
Eco-Strand three-ply engineered flooring is made with whole small-diameter Aspen trees, which rapidly renew. A sawn-cut veneer creates a distinct wood grain top layer.
Caillebotte's "Les Raboteurs de Parquet” shows workers using 19th century hand tools
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