Stone, tile, brick and wood are good choices for period-style floors, walls and cabinetry. Soapstone, slate, and marble also work well.
Linoleum is another classic to consider. While many regard it as a more modern material, linoleum actually dates back to the 1860s, and was wildly popular in the Victorian era for its durability, low maintenance and seemingly endless color and design possibilities. Later versions of linoleum tended to be made of plastics, but there has been a recent return to all-natural versions.
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