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Floor Paint Design:
Painting a cellar floor can be an extremely economical and eco-friendly way of adding style and design. Instead of buying other floor materials such as carpeting, tile or laminates, you can simply use paint to give the floor the look you desire. Of course, it’s always possible to simply paint the basement floor with a single color. But, why stop with just one color when you can add a cool painted design? If you’ve distinct to try your hand at painting a design on your basement floor, hither ar some tips that can help get you started.
Among all possible ideas of remodeling garage floor:
painted garage floor is probably the easiest, cheapest and fastest remodeling option for garage floors. However, before you start painting garage floor; there are some steps that you must do. First, clean the floor from dirt especially from oil. Second, repair the cracks in the floor if any. Next, polish the floor on the repaired part to make it smooth.
Then, you paint or stencil a design on the floor:
especially for the complicated design. For the simple design, such as merely painting in one color, I guess you do not need to make a design in advance. Finally, you can start painting.  One important thing to consider is that you know the condition of your floor and the type of paint. You should use a paint that binds well to the existing floor or concrete and will not chip or crack under vehicle weight, footsteps and heat. Let’s have look at pictures of painted garage floors.“If you want the look, just paint it.”
That instruction works perfectly for floors:
Applying paint to the ground has had a long history of enlivening rooms, whether the whitewashed wood floors in traditional Swedish homes or the beautiful patterns made famous by tastemaker Pauline de Rothschild. A solid color can conceal unsightly cracks and highlight furnishings, while a geometric design or faux-stone motif adds instant drama. A painted floor is also a less expensive alternative to replacing surfaces entirely—so don’t be afraid to tackle wood, concrete, or even terra-cotta tiles.

Pastel as well as wood and earth tones:

Took over the brilliant hues seen on Victorian ceramics and in printing. Edwardian floor tiles wore singular or combined solid colors, unglazed except in fireplaces. Hardwood or terra cotta made up Edwardian floors, or light-hued linoleum in classy residences. Pebble stones comprised the outside steps, sometimes with sheet metal.

Homeowners stopped:



Contracting housemaids, opting for self cleansing door hardware, handles and house numbers in iron, black and leather refinishing instead of a copper alloy like brass or bronze. Edwardian houses and land were more spacious whereas classic Victorian houses had cramped entrances and walkways. Doors had generous widths and heights.

Floor Tiles Design Ideas

Homes were built from 1901 to 1918, American or English. Turn-of-the-century houses beautified the floors in entryways, vestibules and alfresco areas like porches. Kitchen and bathroom floors had plainer, subdued tiles. For floors or walls, bonafide antique Edwardian tiles were generally tessellated and 6 inches in length instead of today’s regular 8 inches. Edwardian ornamental tiles were bullnose, either transfer printed or embossed. Rugs over carpets, fretwork, nickel plated fixtures like towel railing, bamboo and wicker over heavy furniture all exuded a light and cheery feel.

Ceramic floor tiles are a preferred method:

Of floring because they can be beautiful, long lasting and easier to maintain. Refin is an Italian manufacture of ceramic floor tiles with some interesting designs in their gallery. They have divided their collection into modern, classic and naturalistic style tiles and each section hosts a ton of inspirational ways in which tiles are laid out.