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For Katkin-New Wood Flooring

Posted by cindeea 10 Ft Myers (My Page) on
Tue, Feb 13, 07 at 20:30

The pics aren't great, but here you go. Tarkett's Vanguard series, Natural Red Oak. I really like the different color variations, I hope it doesn't look like a dance floor or basketball court!! Eventually we will replace all the stark white plain cabinets with wood. In the mean time I am planning to just get wood door pulls and knobs to bring the look up to the cupboards. Plus the new paint on the walls is pulling it all together for us.

From The Garage into laundry

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from the dining area-we still need to add baseboards, wood, of course

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we put toe molding under the counters

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The end result really looks seamless, everything seems to flow. I like the feel underfoot. Amazingly the underlayment lends some give and it is not so hard on my legs. Plus, this laminate wood flooring can be resanded and restained 3 times over it's life span, should we want to go darker or change the color. Most laminate wood floorings do not allow sanding and restaining or just a one-shot change. I hope this helps you decide Kat-we are loving it!


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RE: For Katkin-New Wood Flooring

  • Posted by katkin 9b/10a PSL,Fl (My Page) on
    Wed, Feb 14, 07 at 7:11

Hey Girl Friend, thanks so much for the pix, it looks great. I am loving it too. I didn't know any of them could be sanded. We'll have to check it out. :)


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RE: For Katkin-New Wood Flooring

Kat-the flooring gives the kitchen a really warm feel. We got it (Tarkett flooring) at HD.

Here is a link that might be useful: Tarkett


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