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  1. The floors are perfect! I have and will always have light floors. You did a great job installing them!

  2. I absolutely love what you did with this room. I usually will opt for dark flooring but I think the light flooring you chose is gorgeous! I’m looking to replace the hardwood floors throughout my house and may consider going light bc dust shows a lot on dark flooring. I think it’s the modern size of those wood planks that make a big difference. Most colors will look good in that modern style. Great job!

    1. The dust is a major reason for me to always go light besides loving the way it looks. Thanks so much!

  3. Again I have to say it’s fantastic. I almost wish my carpet was worn and dirty so I could convince MC to replace it! I will keep this in the back of my mind when the time comes.
    xo
    Patty

  4. I have always leaned towards light flooring, it just looks so modern and clean and seems to brighten things up. Makes me want to redo my whole house, but I probably have some of the original flooring from the early 1900s still in here, so I like that history. Great job. Can’t wait to see the stairs. I want to redo our stairs leading to the basement but am nervous that the project will be much more difficult than I would imagine.

    1. Having such old floors is cool and I love the history too. And yeah those steps are scary for sure. Lets see ๐Ÿ˜‰

  5. love it! I used to think I wanted dark hardwoods, but I’ve heard so much about how hard it is to keep them looking clean, especially with pet hair everywhere, that I’m pretty well converted to lighter wood ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. Your floors are beautiful! So fresh and light. Are they hard to clean? Do they show a lot of dirt? I’m thinking of going lighter on my floors but don’t need added cleaning. ha! ๐Ÿ˜‰

    1. It’s quite the opposite. The reason I go light and I’ve said it many times is because it’s so much easier to keep clean. Did you ever notice how much dust you can see on dark wood furniture? It drives me nuts! And it’s the same with dark wood floors. It shows every hairs and dust particle but the light floors camouflages the light dust. I love it

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