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Let me put this in code so as not to get banned. What's better carpet or hardwood floors
LOL... personally I have no preference because all floors are sooooooo pretty!
even though the burns can hurt, the broken tailbone and dented knees from hardwood are horrible. at least with carpets there is cushioning.
I prefer hardwood floors...They are so earthy and can look really great when polished...and the are so haaaard!!!
A nice throw rug topped with some whipped cream. Yummy
Light colored, yes. Yellow and red drapes should always have a matching rug. With darker colors it is not so important.
they shouldn't match because in the heat of passion you might think the drapes are the carpet and end up through the window.
Not at all I am always aware no matter what I'm doing whether I'm on the floor or pressed up against the wall.
Didn't think anyone could get hurt with this thread. Unless a little pain was wanted.
laminate.. it's cheaper and isn't damaged as badly by liquids
Sometimes a little throwrug will start to get curious about what it might be like to cover two hardwood floors at the same time. This is very difficult to accomplish because hardwood floors do not like to compete with each other for the same throwrug (knowing this from experience). However, seeing the excitement, joy and confidence that a throwrug experiences as a result of accomplishing this usually makes it worth it.
And its funny how a hardwood floor doesnt as greatly appreciate
being covered with many different throwrugs.
by mama_em8 weeks ago
How do you clean and polish a dark hardwood floor without harsh chemicals and without damage? Tips, anyone?
by InfoFinder6 years ago
What is the best way to clean hardwood floors?Anyone had any experience and success in cleaning hardwood floors? Please provide some tips and techniques that work.
by Paul Edmondson4 years ago
What's the best way to protect hardwood floors from getting scratched from furniture feet?I've tried putting on padded feet on the furniture, but the sticky portion doesn't hold so they fall off. Is there a good...
by kerryg7 years ago
Bamboo vs hardwood floors - which is better?
by Sam Kear3 years ago
How do you patch a hole in hardwood floors?What's the best way to patch the hole so the surface is smooth? There seems to be a small hollow area in the board where the damage occurred. I'm not too concerned...
by Charity Squid5 years ago
Has anyone ever used Lumber Liquidators for their hardwood floors? If yes, I would like some feedback. Since I'm considering using them for my house.
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