Replacing carpet on a budget
Hey there, I am 26 years old and I recently bought my first condo in Atlanta. As you know, moving in and getting settled takes FOREVER! Anyways, I have a cat, as well as a cat allergy and dust mite allergies. Thankfully, my condo came with hardwoods, everywhere, but the bedroom. It seems every pay check I am at Home Depot/Lowes/Homegoods/Marshalls/etc trying to upgrade and decorate. It really isn't in the cards to do full on contracted hardwood/vinyl/laminate/whatever in the bedrooms yet, so I am trying to find out how to rip up carpet and do something on my own to get by for the time being. I am not sure what is under the carpet, I would imagine wood? Thanks! Pictures aren't great, but you can see I've finally moved my bed in!
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