apparently so......I learned this today the hard way. Got laminate floors installed in July, and THEN decided I wanted new interior doors. I love my doors, which were installed today,
BUT, since the floors were installed first, I now have a gap or two where the new frame doesn't cover the flooring. I am posting this for someone questioning which order to do this in. The funny thing is, my coworker and I just had this discussion this summer because she was doing both at the same time.
I now have to call back the flooring installer and hope he can do something for me that doesn't involve pulling up the floor and recutting. (which will not happen as far as I am concerned.) I did go purchase a new threshold and something called Pergo Sealant, which I may have to resort to to fill the gaps.
Commented on Nov 17, 2012
corner round will fix that.... it can hide the flaws
My laundry room was sad. It was a celery green which appeared more or a drab green with all the white. Enter black and red to brighten things up. I'm loving it!! I spent $30 on this redo. (I had the plates.)
Commented on Sep 14, 2012
looks veryyy nice... gives me some ideas.. thanks for sharing
Get a plastic bottle, lots of plastic spoons, hot glue and lots of patience and you have a gorgeous lamp! I made this for our hallway! I love turning it on and off! The economy lamp we used does not emit heat to melt the spoons or bottle!
Commented on Sep 01, 2012
this is so pretty... but it sooo spells fire to me... ??
Any ideas on what to do with this wall to house a 60 inch tv (my husband insists on). This one on the stand is going away and we'll be buying a new one. It's a new house and the plan is to buy a console or wall unit, then rug (that one is ugly) then tall panel drapes I feel like since the room is so light a wall unit could seem to heavy. But a console might leave so much open space above the tv. Any ideas on what would look best? I do not have an eye for decorating and am at a
lost. Behind the tv is a kitchen with cream cabinets and a cherry island. Thanks for your help.
Commented on Jun 27, 2012
we have a large one that we wall mounted .. hubby built a wall protruding around it... sort of
frame it in... under that you could run shelves for your cable box, x box, dvd player or dvd's... any of those little things.. and all the wires could be hidden then... hubby could put electric outlet anywhere in that "new" wall....