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Update - after living 6 months with the floor

Posted by newyorking (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 27, 11 at 11:40

I have been living for 6 months in my newly-renovated apartment and decided to do an update. I wanted a light floor to make the apartment more open and bright; also so I could use dark colored furniture. I wanted a less grainy floor but made of hard enough a wood. My initial choice was maple, but maple is not as hard as oak. I chose red oak quartersawn and rift since it was light and relatively less grainy for an oak floor. I did not stain it, and used natural finish. I love the way my floors have turned out! I am truly thankful for this forum because I first saw a picture with that floor here and knew I found it! After sifting through flooring choices, that was the one.

Master bedroom


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RE: Update - after living 6 months with the floor

It looks beautiful!! Your wall color is nice, too : )

What brand/company of flooring did you use?


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RE: Update - after living 6 months with the floor

Thank you! I bought the floor from Hall Flooring in New Hyde Park, NY. I don't know the brand.


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RE: Update - after living 6 months with the floor

Enjoy your gorgeous flooring!


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RE: Update - after living 6 months with the floor

Nice choice! Makes your home seem larger and more inviting don't you feel?


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RE: Update - after living 6 months with the floor

I love the floor!


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