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The new trend in floor design? Make it uneven Add to ...

Outside of funhouses and roller rinks, warped floors are usually considered a defect rather than a virtue. They make it impossible to place furniture (unless you like wobbly tables), they’re the bane of safety nuts (two words: trip hazard) and they often warrant a call to a contractor (it’s possible the subfloor needs replacing).

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