features wide-plank oak floors laid in a bold herringbone pattern--a design element we love. Bespoke interiors, such as a patterned floor, add an element
of charm to an apartment that plain parquet or everyday oak floors (or prefinished ones!) simply can’t.
Hopefully, the floors separating the apartments in this building are thick enough so the downstairs neighbors don't try to enforce the 80% carpet rule. It would be an aesthetic tragedy to cover that
oak floor with a carpet.
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