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The (downstairs) floors are DONE!

Whoa, two posts in one day?  You better be feeling awfully special.  ‘Tis the month for giving thanks, so, you’re welcome.  As the title suggests, this is another “floors” post!  I’m going to keep this one to mostly pictures.             Continue reading

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Tile and Trim

Oh goodness… It’s really been a month since my last blog post? Jeez…sorry about that.  Time flies when you’re having fun, I guess, or at least when you’re insanely busy.  So many things have changed since the sanding of the floors.  First off, my countertops finally arrived and were installed.  They’re absolutely perfect and look very high-end for laminate.  If you don’t look too closely (there’s no getting around the dark lines on the edges or the seam in the corner) you could be initially convinced they’re granite!
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Experimenting With Floor Finishes

Since my beautiful house has beautiful hardwood floors throughout, I’ve been thinking about how to finish them.  I wanted a weathered grey appearance that wouldn’t be too dark and would keep with the old character of the home.  Minwax’s Classic Grey stain was an option I considered, but then I stumbled upon a more natural finish that should also be much cheaper and more forgiving than stain.  I found this blog post on oxidizing wood:

The Friendly Home {finishing} How to oxidize wood

and thought it sounded like it might give the result I wanted.  Continue reading

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