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Kilian O'Sullivan

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Feioi added this to 10 Best Materials That Can Substitute Solid Wood26 June 2017

1. Lay cost-effective engineered wood A solid wood floor looks classy, but it can be expensive. A great alternative is engineered wood. These floorboards are constructed from layers of wood with a core layer of a substrate, such as plywood. The top layer is made of a hardwood and is usually around 2 to 6 millimetres thick. As a result, once the floor is laid, the effect is no different to a solid-wood board. The reduced amount of hardwood material per board means engineered boards tend to be better value than their solid equivalents. The boards are also more stable than solid wood: They’re more resilient to temperature and humidity changes.Browse through some images of engineered wood flooring

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Jackie Jeong added this to Kitchen14 June 2022

Flooding need little more beige

sarahelk added this to Bathroom TWG7 May 2022

I like the color of the wood. Something like this color would go on the walls around the tub in the dormer. But not this wide of a plank.

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