Flooring design ideas for old house interiors, including hardwood, tile, linoleum, painted floors and salvaged flooring materials.
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Shop craftsman at Woodsmith Magazine Marc Hopkins demonstrates in this video how to install coped joints for baseboards.
Which type of wood flooring is best for old houses? The answer depends on where you plan to use it.
Produce artful floors with ages-old techniques and some paint.
The flooring you choose sets the style, period, and tone for the room.
Original wood floors are a prized feature—when they have survived. For those looking to approximate one, our experts explain what an authentic floor should look like.
Gleaming tongue-and-groove hardwood floors might seem like the standard for old houses, but that wasn’t always the case, as a trip through wood flooring history illustrates.
A rundown of the common issues that surface in the quest to manage old floors or blend in new flooring seamlessly.
From Eastern White Pine to Hickory and Douglas Fir, we discuss the variety of locally sourced flooring options.
Here's what linoleum rugs and their look-alikes are all about and what to do if you find one in your old house.
Never as obvious as the periodic costume-change of exterior house styles, the form of interior spaces has been in constant evolution since the first houses appeared on this continent.
Resilient flooring is a historically accurate way to go green underfoot in your old-house restoration, and it's back in style again.
The finish flooring is only as good as its underlayment, especially when it comes to tile and resilient floors.
Picking a floor finish means weighing aesthetics against the realities of maintenance.
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