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JLC • NEW ENGLAND EDITION • JUNE 1994/0 Most of us like the look of old pine floors. The wide honey-brown boards have the patina of another era. And despite the gaps between the boards, and the dings, dents, and knots, those boards have a reassuring feel under foot. Fortunately, it isn't difficult to recreate the feel of those old floors in a new or renovated interior. White pine is widely available and economical, it's easy to install, and it quickly acquires the dings and dents of a well-used floor. It is an excellent flooring material for living areas that see light to moderate use. Selecting Material Pine used for flooring can come from a wide variety