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  • Danielle Rearick

    Dark floors, White trim, Warm walls, crown molding upstairs hallway

  • Amber Harvey

    Dark floors. White trim. Warm walls. loooooove dark wood floors. this is gorgeous

  • Lindsay Jorgenson

    Dark floors. White trim. Warm walls. Love the hardwood floor color

  • Cari D'Arrigo

    Dark floors. White trim. Warm walls - wall color is Sherwin Williams Morris Room Grey//upstairs hallway paint color

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Painted wood floor: fill in any large gouges or scrapes, and sand the entire floor lightly. you can use nearly any paint on the floor, but if you're concerned about it rubbing off with traffic, talk to the people in the paint store/department. you can also get clear acrylic sealer to paint over the floor once it's dried and once cured, it'll protect the paint job.

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Upstairs bathroom wall color perhaps? With a cream color shower curtain and new mirrors...

Dark floors, White trim, Warm walls - Perfection.

Chic, eclectic foyer with sea urchin pendant chandelier, coffee stained wood floors with painted silver chevron herringbone pattern, orange Louis chairs, mid-century modern credenza, turquoise blue lamp and gray walls paint color.

kitchen paint color-and love the white cabinets!

Encaustic tiles cover the floor and wall in this kitchen by Shubin + Donaldson. "These tiles are produced by using two (or more) different colors of clay in the body of the tile, so that the patterns you see are integral to the tiles (rather than glazed onto the surface) and will never wear off...A lot of modern encaustic tile is made from cement, so you'll occasionally hear it referred to as 'cement tile' as well." quote & image via apartment therapy