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Old 12-11-2010, 07:20 AM   #1
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We removed a wall when we added on to our home. I am looking for a creative but sensible way to fill the space left by the wall. We have some flooring that matches the exsisting floor but that is going to leave small pieces and may be very noticable. I prefer not to pull up the existing flooring and refloor the entire area. The space is the width of a 2x4 and 14' long. Maybe a decorative tile with colors to match exsisting flooring? Any suggestions?

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What is on the floor now ? wood, tile ? [etc].
Color ?

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any pics?
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I think you no the answer to your question.The tile is a great idea and also adds alot of character with the right desighn and color.
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A wood laminate is there now Ill post some pictures. Thanks for your help.


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