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Old 01-04-2011, 03:29 PM   #46
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Very nice room.

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My brother and his wife gave me this table. I like that it has plenty of room to work and enough space to hold all the little gadgets and tools I use every time I work on an album.
Barb, how is the flooring holding up where your computer chair is? We are thinking of using that type of flooring in our bedroom.
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It's starting to wear a little thin where the wheels roll around. There are a few spots where the wood pattern has worn off. It's not obvious when you walk in the room, but if you get down close to the floor it's visible.

I bought a low-nap rug to put under the chair before Christmas and that was a big help. Unfortunately the corners started curling up (it was a cheapie I got from Menard's for $5) and I threw it out. Plus, the cat threw up on it and I couldn't get it clean. I'm looking for something similar, but made a little better.

We have the same flooring in the playroom where the kids slide the bigger toys around a lot and drop toys on it. That hasn't seemed to bother it at all. It still looks great in there.

I hope this answers your question.

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We still never found the charger.... I ended up taking an older one that the plug was messed up on and splicing that into a new input I had to create. So.... when are you coming to help look? LOL There are a few part to the machine that are undoubtedly with the charger we need too......

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Oh gosh. I hope you find all of the parts together, along with the original plug.

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She's out looking in the RV now. I hope it got stuck there accidentally. Po)

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Good luck to her. She'll find the box it was probably put in. As the saying goes, "It has to be here SOMEWHERE".

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*sigh* Yeah, but WHERE? No luck so far....

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It's starting to wear a little thin where the wheels roll around. There are a few spots where the wood pattern has worn off. It's not obvious when you walk in the room, but if you get down close to the floor it's visible.

I bought a low-nap rug to put under the chair before Christmas and that was a big help. Unfortunately the corners started curling up (it was a cheapie I got from Menard's for $5) and I threw it out. Plus, the cat threw up on it and I couldn't get it clean. I'm looking for something similar, but made a little better.

We have the same flooring in the playroom where the kids slide the bigger toys around a lot and drop toys on it. That hasn't seemed to bother it at all. It still looks great in there.

I hope this answers your question.

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Barb, I'm sorry to barge in on your conversation. That did answer my question, I was worried about the flooring coming a part, I didn't think the flooring would wear out that soon. Thank you for replying.
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You're not barging in on the conversation at all nannynog.

I think if my floor was darker, the worn spots would show up pretty well.

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Too true. I always thought a darker floor would hide dirt, not quite so it would seem! Besides, lighter floors lighten the room too. Po)

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If I have to replace this someday, I'll probably go with a color that's a little darker. But not too dark, for the same reasons DM stated.

One of the shelves in the closet in this room collapsed. I think it only needs a new clip, but when I replace it, I'm going to add an extra one.

I didn't realize how much weight was on that shelf. There were 10 shoe box-size photo boxes on it, along with a lot of heavy books. That'll do it I guess.
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Wow great job on this room!

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