Project Sunroom

When we moved into our house we knew the carpet in the sunroom was going to go at some point. The prior owners’ dog definitely peed on it and subsequently, Lola had a few accidents. Once we found out we were pregnant, we knew we didn’t want to have the gross carpet in the house.

Last weekend, Collin tore out the old stuff (said it was disgusting!) and we went out to buy the new floor. We ended up at Lumber Liquidators and bought some high-end laminate. It was on clearance since it was overstocked so we got a pretty good deal. I wish I would’ve taken pictures of the work in progress but instead I only have before and afters.

Before:

After:

We have plans to eventually move the couch out of this room and maybe get a wicker set more suitable for a sunroom. But for now…isn’t it so pretty?!

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2 Responses to Project Sunroom

  1. Hello!
    We love to see our customer’s finished projects! You have definitely enhanced your sunroom’s style by switching from carpet to laminate! Not to mention you will be protecting your children from the dust that accumulates in carpets. Great choice!

    Have you emailed your before & after pictures to us at gallery@lumberliquidators.com to receive your first Bellawood Floor Care Kit for free?

    We hope you and your family enjoy your new beautiful floors!

    Please let us know if there is anything we can do to help you in future projects.

    Lumber Liquidators Team.

  2. Emily says:

    That is BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!! What a lovely job Collin did!!! You two have great taste!!!

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