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Old 10-07-2008, 07:45 AM   #16
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Haha, I think a nice shag countertop would go well if the walls were done in a similar fashion along with a large disco ball above the island...

Sorry Deb, let's get this thread back on topic!
So you think I should go island??? We could not decide that either>but no one has replied to that post
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Old 10-07-2008, 07:54 AM   #17
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MOST of the input... -=chuckle=- some of us are not deadpan serious all the time and like to have a LITTLE fun here sometimes. =o)
this gal has a good page you might want to read. http://www.barbarazaleski.com/4a_custpage_7790.html both are good products. are we comparing quality or price?

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Quality first off and than price I can shop around for
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both seem to be good quality. if you read that site, i quote "Wicanders is a big company that does a lot of airports and commercial spaces. That's how durable this stuff is," says Mr. Ward. It is also easy to clean and maintain."

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P.S. how does that disco ball look in there?
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Thanks that was great article. And the places are not to far from me! As for the disco ball ain't happening but we do have a problem with lighting now because of moving to an island and the ceiling is done, but DH is not sure if he is going to be able to add the 2 additional potlights due to piping! grrrrrrr
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track lighting perhaps? too bad about the disco ball. what's DH gonna do with those colored spotlights now?????

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Went to that flooring place mentioned in the article and they knew less than I did and when I asked about there prices to see if there was any room they were rude and over priced, I was disappointed on their customer service so would definately not buy from them.
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Old 10-21-2008, 09:03 AM   #23
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It's too bad to hear about poor customer service, that's never a good thing.

Depending on the piping it should be pretty easy to re-route if you absolutely need the recessed lighting. If not go with DM's suggestion and do track lighting. Good call on the island though, I love em!

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