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  • A Lake

    painted wood floor ~ use pattern for painted rug in drawing studio ~

  • Elissa Bellet

    Painted wood floor runner -- lots of other great decorating ideas, too!

  • Ana Kuhlmann

    need painted floor somewhere in my house

  • Maria Volkman

    painted #floor interior #floor design ideas #floor decorating #floor design #modern floor design #floor designs

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Painted floor. So cool! If I ever have an OLD farmhouse. (Not doing that to new construction, of course!)

Who says the art has to be on the walls? Via archdaily.com

stenciled 'runner' on a concrete floor. clever, clever. {as for me... this idea might be too *slippery*, but picture it on a concrete patio floor...*now,* that's better.}

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.

hmmmm... at minimum, i'd make the step surfaces solid, to offer visual relief and prevent opticallusion... jus'sayin. great inspiration, though... seems to expand an otherwise cramped space

when two kids have to share one bedroom

stencilled floors. Super cool, but looks like lots of work. It would be a cool meditation space.

hmm...maybe if i just painted a rug like this on part of my floor in the kitchen? (floors by Merrilee McCommas McGehee via Katie Maennle).

painted bathroom floor | Flickr - Photo Sharing! wouldn't use this color scheme or pattern but it's a good idea start point.

paint the floor. My Mom used this idea over 70 years ago. Of course she didn't use these intricate designs she daubed paint on our old linoleum to cover up the worn spots. But I must say it looked pretty good. My Dad called her "the dauber".