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The ILUMA floor, photo by Tim Griffith & Patrick Bingham-Hall; ILUMA is an entertainment & retail development located at the famous Bugis Street area in Singapore, now a designated arts, education & entertainment district; post by Nico Saieh for archdaily.com, pinned by Victor Lee.
There is something refreshing in this palette and even with being extremely eclectic it all works well. The patterned wood (tones, colours, stripes) is repeated on the mantle, the stool and the table as well as the door. The yellow chair -- something I would cringe away from if I found at a flea market in case it DID contain fleas, is super awesome.
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.