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Fine Homebuilding author Charles Peterson says before you throw away any wooden flooring scraps, think about turing them into a custom floor medallion. Using techniques similar to those in his article, A Beautiful Floor from Wood Scraps, Peterson demonstrates how normally discarded wood can be turned into an extraordinary focal point.
Additional information, including step-by-step photos and the medallion pattern available for download, can be found on the author's Web site, http://woodflooringedu.org/archives/makingmedallions.html.
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