Country White floors, and two stains meeting
Hi friends! We're having our floors sanded and refinished tomorrow and had a few questions.
1) We're doing most of the first floor in ebony, but have a dark-paneled office that we were thinking of doing a DuraSeal shade "Country White" (We're trying to get into the habit of being more bold with our choices). So, does anyone have any experience with that color/stain? Most posts/pictures here seem to feature darker stains.
2) If we do the office in the lighter shade, then two stains will meet at the doorway to that room (Country White and Ebony -- we're a biracial couple so this works for us :P ).
How does this work? I once saw a house for sale where two stains met, and they had bled into each other and looked awful. I mentioned this to the floor guy when he came over and he looked pretty shocked...he assured us that wouldn't happen. So what does happen? Is the line sharp? Do you need to put some trim over the line?
Thanks! We're excited and a little nervous about the big change ... we've had light carpet here since we moved in 3 years ago. Our 9-month old will be the most surprised of all.