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Old 03-31-2014, 12:36 PM   #85
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Looks Great! Well done
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Old 03-31-2014, 12:45 PM   #86
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Great job, Chris.
For others: you can add a piece of plywood to the slide so you don't have to do the cut the stairnose trick.
And- even though you may have the same coach as Chris- my money says it will be a little different.
Glad I could help.
Many Thanks again Ernie. I owe you a beer or many!

I am relatively young, love tasks like this and got a little help for my brother. If you don't have that working in your favor, HIRE ERNIE. He gets this result consistently!

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Way to go great job.
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Old 04-01-2014, 02:31 PM   #88
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Whoa!! Great job! That looks really, really nice.
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Great looking floor. I'm inspired and hope to take on such a project next winter.
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Mike,
I say go for the darker floor with light cabinets after doing mine. Still bright and "airy" in the coach and I like the contrast between floors and walls/cabinets. You thinking of doing this job yourself?

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I am looking at doing the same thing. Good thing for me is your interior (wall paper, cabinets, couches) are exactly what I have in my 07 Discovery. Can't wait to see the finished pictures. I am looking at two options. 1. Go with a light EW for the floor and paint all the cabinets/trim a darker color or 2. Leave the cabinets/trim along and go with a little darker EW.
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Mike, I say go for the darker floor with light cabinets after doing mine. Still bright and "airy" in the coach and I like the contrast between floors and walls/cabinets. You thinking of doing this job yourself? Chris
Chris,
Yes I do like the contrast of the dark floors. I have printed off the picture of the living area for my DW to look at.
I would like to have Ernie do it but just have to figure out a time for that to work, since he is in Texas and I am in SoCal. I don't mind the drive for the quality of work, just have two very active teens in competitive sports to work around.

Great job and thanks for sharing.

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Yes I do like the contrast of the dark floors. I have printed off the picture of the living area for my DW to look at.
I would like to have Ernie do it but just have to figure out a time for that to work, since he is in Texas and I am in SoCal. I don't mind the drive for the quality of work, just have two very active teens in competitive sports to work around.

Great job and thanks for sharing.

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You bet, could shoot a short vid for dw if she needed it. just PM me.
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Yes I do like the contrast of the dark floors. I have printed off the picture of the living area for my DW to look at.
I would like to have Ernie do it but just have to figure out a time for that to work, since he is in Texas and I am in SoCal. I don't mind the drive for the quality of work, just have two very active teens in competitive sports to work around.

Great job and thanks for sharing.

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It looks Absolutely Outstanding!!!!!!!!

But a questions from a true neophyte: Why wood rather than a high quality tile? Is it simply taste for the wood look or a utilization an longevity of one as apposed to the other?
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