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21 floors you won’t believe aren’t real hardwood

Hardwood floors are beautiful and timeless, but it’s not the right fit for every project. For instance, it’s not a great choice for bathrooms or mudrooms. If you have pets or kids running around, hardwood hallways can get scratched or dented. And let’s be honest, hardwood flooring can get expensive. If you really want the look of hardwood but it’s just not the right fit for your project, check out some of these other options that offer the same beautiful look.

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    Yeah, we couldn't believe this LVT from Mannington wasn't actually hardwood, either!

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Lauren Moore

Proud flooring aficionado and office dog mom, "Flauren" has been a professional writer and editor for more than a decade (though she still maintains her magnum opus was "The Day it Snowed Slurpees," written at the age of 6).

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