We're in the process of choosing hardwoods for the remaining 1st floor. Kitchen is already finished on site. I believe we're going with prefinished for the rest of the house. Would it look WRONG to do the office and possibly the bedroom in a different color and possibly different size wood than will...

We're in the process of choosing hardwoods for the remaining 1st floor. Kitchen is already finished on site. I believe we're going with prefinished for the rest of the house. Would it look WRONG to do the office and possibly the bedroom in a different color and possibly different size wood than will...

dark brown (no yellow) wood floor: Love how you have the same oak flooring but stained/finished two different colors in different rooms - very striking.  Of course if the floors were being restored we would have to make two different stain colors, one for each room!

dark brown (no yellow) wood floor: Love how you have the same oak flooring but stained/finished two different colors in different rooms - very striking. Of course if the floors were being restored we would have to make two different stain colors, one for each room!

Hardwood and tile often lay at the same height, making transitions simple. How to lay hardwood next to tile flooring. .Might do this for the entrance and the area between the island and main kitchen counter/sink area

Hardwood and tile often lay at the same height, making transitions simple. How to lay hardwood next to tile flooring. .Might do this for the entrance and the area between the island and main kitchen counter/sink area

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