Hard Floor­ing

Condé Nast House & Garden - - DESIGN SOLUTIONS -

When you’re think­ing long term, a hard floor is your best bet. Whether you de­cide to lay down con­crete or tiles, it’s an in­vest­ment and greatly im­proves your chances of re­selling your home. one of the big­gest ad­van­tages of hard floors is that they are very easy to main­tain; with just a sweep and pol­ish, they keep their orig­i­nal look for years. Be­cause they’re so easy to clean, they re­main one of the best op­tions to main­tain a hy­gienic space (es­pe­cially where chil­dren and an­i­mals are con­cerned).

easy to main­tain, con­crete is a clas­sic, chic floor­ing op­tion. cem­crete can cre­ate this look

left and above bath­room pavedwith quartz car­pet; ‘gesso’ porce­lain tile,womag; far left lime white quartz car­pet; wood­land light bianco wood-look tile, tile­to­ria; be­low, left shabby ce­ramic floor panel, ctm

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