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Need help with hardwood flooring
vjs12
December 6, 2012 in Design Dilemma
Is Hickory hardwood flooring such as "Urban Pioneer", coppercart from Andersonfloors.com a good selection for a house with a formal living room, dining room and foyer? Those are the rooms I'd like to put the flooring in. The kitchen has honey oak cabinets and will that floor clash with the Oak cabinets? (sorry I have no pics at this time). Thanks!
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creeser
Just took a look at the urban pioneer in copper cart and that is gorgeous floor! I think it would be lovely in your rooms. If you're not putting it in your kitchen with your oak cabinets, I don't think you'll have an issue with it clashing at all. I'm uploading an image of the flooring for you in case others wish to comment. Good luck!
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charleee
That's beautiful!
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