Slide 1: Painted Wood Floors

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The painted floor of this bright and airy bedroom is a delightful surprise, bringing a burst of color to the white and black color palette. The strip hardwood was first painted a solid apple green and then topped with bold white squares. Look closely to see the slightly uneven floorboards.


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Walk on the Wild Side: 14 Amazing Painted Floors

Does your floor need a new look? Instead of replacing it with costly broadloom or hardwood, consider painting it. Today’s homeowner has a lot options for painted floors. Painting is no longer restricted just to wood floors—concrete and linoleum are also good candidates for a paint makeover, which works well in kitchens, bathrooms, living areas, and front halls. If you’re thinking of painting the floor of one or more rooms in your home, keep a few things in mind before you start. First, consider color: While a light color on a floor may brighten up a dark space, if it’s in a high traffic area, it will show dirt more easily. Pattern is another important decision. It's faster and easier to apply one allover floor color, but a repeating pattern or central painted design can be striking and dynamic. Do you want to do it yourself, or hire a professional? If your budget makes this a DIY job, there are many online tutorials as well as special tools and stencil kits to help your project look fabulous.

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