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question joesmith 
Apr-15-2014 03:14
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Flooring
Which flooring is good for living room?
Dear JOESMITH:
Flooring

I am assuming you're referring to ceramic type "tile". My choice would be 18" to 20" Travertine marble. If you would like a more formal feeling, the "field" tiles could be set diagonal surrounded by a straight-bond border of half tiles. A feature strip 6" (+) wide could be added between the border and the diagonal field using the same tiles cut to fit (rectangular) or "decorative" Listel tiles that come in varying sizes. If Listels are used, check that the thickness of the tiles are the same. Doing the install yourself? You can ask me for proper installation procedures. Travertine marble does require periodic maintenace so an optional choice that is "maintence free" (except for dusting and washing) would be Ceramic that looks like Travertine. The quality of the tile is always important, and, "You do get what you pay for". Armen Tavy

 
      
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