Time to see the stained hardwood floors!
Our contractor handled the staining for us, but if you’re wondering how to do something similar, here’s a post on how to stain wood.
We covered our brand new cabinets so they wouldn’t get any of the stain on them.
I’ve mentioned this before, the dining room hardwood floors were original to the house and the floors in the kitchen came from old hardwood flooring planks from a friend’s cottage.
Reusing flooring was awesome, but we had to figure out a way to make the reused kitchen floor planks come together with the dining room original flooring.
Lining up the floor planks would pretty much be impossible. So instead, we lined two rows of planks perpendicular to the flooring. Here it is:
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