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Choosing hardwood floors and recessed lights
Lisa Dulian
February 3, 2013 in Design Dilemma
I (think) I have decided to install Homerwood hard maple blush floors. Now I have to decide 3" or 4". I would like the room to appear larger. Not sure which size. I would also like some more lights in the ceiling. Not sure which size to go with?
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olldcan
4" for both
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Durpetti Interiors
Yes, go larger for both. Best of luck!
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sbab4
Love your fireplace!
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Dytecture
I agree, usually a wider plank would give the illusion of a larger space.
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