Maryland homes feature luxurious kitchens with hardwood flooring
Maryland homes feature luxurious kitchens with hardwood flooring A home building company is constructing 41 single-family homes in Brandywine, Maryland. According to the Washington Times, each home will occupy a one-acre property and include professional landscaping and a two-car garage.
Although the exterior amenities are a nice luxury, the inside of each dwelling is even more appealing. Each house has either four or five bedrooms, nine-foot ceilings, granite counter tops and double wall ovens. Homes can be built up to 3,465-square-feet and also feature hardwood flooring throughout the foyer and in the kitchen as well.
While used hardwood flooring can add a sophisticated warmth to the decor, the material has a bevy of other advantages that extend past merely aesthetics. The World Floor Covering Association reports that hardwood flooring may greatly increase the resale value of a hose because it is so sought after.
Additionally, it is especially easy to maintain and keep clean - good broom is all that is needed to keep the floor from accumulating too much dirt and dust.
Those who wish to increase the longevity of their hardwood floors may want to hang window treatment that black the sun, as prolonged light exposure may cause the floor's finish to fade.