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Category Archives: Flooring
When deciding what type of flooring to install in our bathrooms, Blaine and I looked for options that would relate to the age of the house and look better over time going forward.
After much consideration and research (good sources here and here), we chose the following mosaic tile patterns Continue reading
Stone for the Mudroom
Hi friends! You may have seen my Instagram photo recently which showed the basic layout of our small mudroom. Now that cabinets are finalized and into production, it’s time to install flooring. Which means we must decide on flooring!
Hello friends, I hope your week is off to a good start so far. Apologies to my subscribers who received an email this morning about this post; I published it prematurely. After some editing, here it is again. 🙂
I’m happy to share that our hardwood floors are finished! After walking and working on sub-floor downstairs for such a long time (nearly 2 years), it’s hard to believe these newly finished floors are really ours.
Downstairs, we installed new white oak flooring, which I talked about how it was made HERE. As I have been looking back at our progress over the years, I must say the transformation is quite incredible. I hope Grandma would be pleased.
A Big Mistake?
The existing yellow pine flooring on our second story is, well, yellow. We’ve sampled many off-the-shelf stains and they all come out a strong yellow-orange color – something I’m personally not too crazy about.
Painting our second story’s existing pine wood floors is something we’re I’m considering. (Blaine is on the fence.) The decision must be made soon! Continue reading
Wood with Wes
The hardwood flooring for our first floor is being cut this week! Blaine and I are excited for it to be installed soon.
Knowing that the floor will inevitably get scuffed, scratched, and gain character over time, we wanted something hard but not crazy expensive. Also, I wanted a species relatively light in color with minimal contrast.