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    Help me with my renovation!!!

    Hi there, guys. I'm having a renovation and I was thinking of making a new desk but I have no idea what materials I should pick. I mean they all will be more or less okay but I have no idea which design I want and which wood color I should pick. However, I know that I want to save the wooden texture

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    Hi there. Have you came up with the material already? Don't forget that the color depends on the finish as well so you can save some money on the material like that. However, make sure to pick something strong but not to heavy in order not to damage the floor under the table. Pine is preatty light and cheap so I'd recommend it as a perfect option

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    I do think that finish is important here but the material shouldn't be cheap as well. Btw, if you're not sure about your design you can try out different options using https://bimoutsourcing.co.uk/3d-bim-service/ because I've used it redoing my bathroom and it did help me a lot. It saved me from buying some tiles that looked so ugly under that light so I definitely saved money on that. And in case don't wanna stop here they can make you the model of the whole house.

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    Would you like to share your results? I am having a similar thing now, would love to see some ideas)

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    I know how stressful renovation might be. We bought a house about half a year ago. I spent a lot of time and effort remodeling it. Someone mentioned the bathroom here, I want to add that I had a great experience with the Bath Planet company. It offers affordable renovation services and even a free design. If you are interested, you can look through the Bath Planet reviews https://www.bath-planet.reviews/ and contact them. I'm sure you will be pleasantly surprised by the quality of work and prices.
    Last edited by Jackie520; 11-20-2021 at 03:57 AM.

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    Hmm, interesting. You know, I also can't figure out how to protect my wooden floor from excessive wear. Maybe there are any coatings that will help my floor last longer?

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    Good afternoon! I had a similar problem when I was making a floor in my new house. I was able to solve this problem thanks to my friend who advised me to use water-based polyurethane. He found out on this website https://www.wood-turned.com/best-wat...es-for-floors/ . This helps the wooden floor to last the maximum amount of time and at the same time look very presentable! I think you can use it too, so use it!

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