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UA Hardwood Flooring

UA hardwood floors consists of the Grecian series, and the Olde Charleston collection. Each collection has approx. 20 products that you can pick and choose from UA hardwood floors. There may be other collections as well; we do update this site from time to time so be sure to check back often.

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This is a great exam

This is a great example of the beatuy when juxtaposing contrasting elements: what is more beautiful than an old home filled with modern, chic pieces. It creates the perfectly balanced eclectic space. Thanks for sharing. by Diana posted on Friday, February 28, 2014

I love high contrast

I love high contrast spcaes. I just featured some black painted walls for offices on my blog a couple of days ago. I feel like I'm spotting some Jurgen Bey Light Shades in your first photo but I don't believe they were made as standing lamps. It doesn't matter, I love them anyways! by Maxim posted on Friday, February 28, 2014

So true, so true. I

So true, so true. I always chukcle at the kids who start their shooting warm up by jacking up threes. You can also tell a lot about a team with how they warm up. My kid's summer team was at a tournament in Kansas and we were scheduled to play a ranked team from Houston that gets plenty of national recognition from the AAU hype machine. As they walked in the gym, they took one look at our team of mostly white kids from Minnesota and proceeded to spend their entire warm-up time throwing alley-oop dunks to each other. It was literally a six minute dunk show with a handful of three-point attempts (mostly rim clangers with only a couple of makes, no less.) No lay ups. Few jump shots. No stretching, jogging, high knees, lateral movement, etc. Nothing compared to our very business-like, disciplined and varied warm up.It wasn't until we jumped to a 16 point lead in the first half that they began warm up physically and to the idea that maybe they should have taken the game more seriously, but by then it was too late. (We ended up winning by 3.) by Frehiwot posted on Friday, October 02, 2015

I love that every op

I love that every option indcelus a high ceiling - something that I lust over. There is something so fresh and clean about a white kitchen with grey accents; I like the industrial feel. Instead of choosing just one I'd like to put the following details together:- the backsplash in photo 1- the plate wall in photo 2- the bar in photo 3- the wood table in photo 4 (sigh, how I love the wood table in this photo)- the beams in photo 5- the open-face cupboards in photo 6PS: what is hanging from the ceiling in the 4th photo? by Amanda posted on Friday, October 02, 2015

That's the color of

That's the color of my master boreodm! It's from Farrow & Ball and I'm just in love with it. I'm trying to use white and copper accents, but it's still a long way from finished... by Ade posted on Friday, October 02, 2015

229Hello! My husban

229Hello! My husband and I just bgouht our house in March, and the couple before us re-did the kitchen. It's pretty close to perfect, but I want the cabinets white instead of the tan they are now. We have black granite counter tops, beige ceramic tile floors (with matching beige backsplash). All of the trim and the french doors in the kitchen is white; do I need to make the cabinets bright white to match? I was thinking of more of a cream for the cabinets. I painted the walls a light lavender/grey. by Maria posted on Friday, October 02, 2015

I second the apipars

I second the apiparsal to your work ladies!!! I check the Hungarian site every day but the language problem is a big barrier and you manage to bring us all the latest news, pictures and stories. Bravo!!! by Longini posted on Monday, December 21, 2015
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