Well, friends…our new Mohawk Laminate Flooring is in the house! We’ve moved all (well, not all) of our furniture and home decor back in, and we could not be more pleased! I talked about why we Wanted New Flooring, Why We Chose Laminate Flooring, Talked About The Installation Process and today I want to talk about why we love our new floors so much, and what a difference they are making for our family…along with a closer sneak peek at them. The big reveal is coming soon, and I’ll be giving away an amazing Mohawk rug to one of my lucky readers!
It’s funny…when I wake up every morning and walk out of our bedroom into the living room, I am shocked. It’s like I forget about the new floors, then I see them and get excited all over again! I even woke my husband up the day after we moved everything back in because I screeched really loud when I walked into the living room. I just got all excited, made a really loud screeching noise and he jumped out of bed thinking our house was on fire. It was quite comical. I have a similar reaction when I am away from home and come back in the front door.
The biggest difference between the new and old floors is that our home has great flow now, instead of feeling broken up by the different types of flooring. It feel so much bigger and more open.
Before, I had to clean each type of flooring using a different method. Now, I just use a soft dust mop to clean them. No more heavy vacuum cleaner, no more mop bucket, and no more getting on my hands and knees to scrub the kitchen floors!
Overall, we are so pleased that I really have a hard time to put my feelings into words. We are so happy that we chose Mohawk Laminate Flooring! I don’t feel like I have to be overly fussy about our floors because they are pretty tough. We chose Rare Vintage Knotted Chestnut Laminate, and it looks crazy amazing…sort of like old barnwood. Everyone who has seen them is completely blown away by them!
I can’t wait to show you the final reveal and share more about the giveaway! Stay tuned!
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