Floors: A Design Source Book
Stewart, Tabori & Chang, 1997 - House & Home - 192 pages
The floor is quite literally the foundation of the room, and, aside from the ceiling, is its single largest surface. This guide tells how to choose and maintain a floor that works both visually and practically. A complete inventory of every type of flooring material available is featured, including brick, stone, tile, concrete, metal, wood (both old and new), rubber, linoleum, vinyl, and textiles of every description. 400 color photos. 75 illustrations.
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