I do believe we have discovered the perfect flooring for our hard-working, very active house. It is durable, water-resistant, doesn’t take any special equipment, and it floats over the slab so it allows for movement.
We purchased Tranquility brand Rustic Reclaimed Oak click and lock vinyl planks from Lumber Liquidators and I am so happy that we did. The cost for vinyl plank flooring was less than $2.00 a square foot.
This picture was taken in the sunshine so you could get an idea how realistic the pattern is.
We have purchased the quarter round shoe molding but it was a very busy weekend and it did not get installed. Bummer.
I just couldn’t wait to show you the floor. My buddy, The Social Planner, also clued me in to this amazing microfiber mop/ duster thing from O’Cedar. It is a must have for this type flooring.
Make sure to get an extra cover. They go right in the washing machine and come out spotless every time.
O’Cedar Dual Action Microfiber
So, minus the shoe molding, here is my beautiful floor.
The coffee bar goes here. It will look amazing with this flooring.
In this picture ( of my beautiful whitewashed fireplace) you can see the shoe molding we had out to see how it looks.
Full disclosure here- the awesome olive bucket is not mine. I am babysitting it for a friend who is building a home.
The hallway is so pretty!
Do you notice I painted the coffee table? It looked too dark against the floor. I love it now.
The room is coming together. I love the floor in this space.
Thank you for joining us on this journey to reimagine this ranch home.
7 thoughts on “The Flooring Reveal”
Love the floor and I love those microfiber mops, too!! I want that coffee table in oatmeal please!
The table is going to hang out at our house for a while. I am glad you like it!
It looks fabulous Karen! Great choice!
It all looks amazing! You are an inspiration! Thank you for sharing your beautiful country getaway home. How refreshing that must be. 🙂
We love our get away!
are your walls pale grey
My walls are an amazing light warm gray called Moth Gray by Behr. It definitely has some brown undertones but it looks gray. Thanks for asking!