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Grey flooring I like…

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Hello Monday and hello to you too…hope you had a lovely weekend? I was reading an old Elle Decoration UK during the weekend when my eyes were captured by these images from Ver of course I had to do some research online and see whether I could find more…and my search brought me to the fabulous LoftLifeMag site and of course to OWI, the multipacked iinterior design gallery.

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I wish I could have a floor like that in our rental place here in KL…the tiles are just awful and really hirt my eyes and I feel that the floor doesn't do anyjustice to our beautiful furniture…we are considering asking the landlord to allow us to paint these tiles in the same glossy grey as in these images…perhaps showing him them will help?

 

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  1. lesley

    oh wow, what stunning photos. thanks for sharing 🙂 we’re just about to redo the floors in our kitchen-entryway, and any inspiration is welcome!

  2. Sarah @ Natural History

    These are stunning – I have been campaigning to get my husband to agree to painting our plain wood floors (an uninspiring orangey shad) white, but perhaps I have been on the wrong track? Dove grey might be just the thing…

  3. florence

    Nice floor and great furniture! I reallu love the 2nd pic with all differents frames on the wall, i’d love to live there!!


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