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I've attached a detailed diagram of all the walls that do not line up, multiple angles, and intricate tile foyer.  Question is how to lay oak hardwood floor - what "angle", and possibility of combining tile/wood in kitchen?  would that be TOOOOOO much?

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My first choice would be to continue the tile through the kitchen in whatever tile is the most solid looking and not continue the decorative tiles. I wouldn't suggest hardwood flooring in the kitchen unless your getting some sort of laminate because it doesn't hold up well in wet locations. If you are doing the wood I would not angle it because its looking too busy. I would just keep it horizontal. I don't think it will look boring.

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