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Old 02-06-2013, 08:10 AM   #31
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Is Engineered Wood in a kitchen a bad idea?


I love the look of hardwood and am in the process of replacing carpet with hickory.

However, my entry points, entry hall, kitchen, utility room and bathrooms are all tiled. Dishwashers can leak. People walk in with grit on their shoes. While wood floored kitchens look nice, I don't think they are as functional.


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