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As we are now starting to get a handle on what we're doing and learning about Google Analytics and such, we're finding out a little bit about our visitors and how they are finding us.
Yesterday, I learned about Mehitable Days, a blogger from Wyoming who put our Building Terms page to good use as they were building their gorgeous arts and crafts home (pictured above). Since they publicly thanked us, I wanted to share the love and direct you to a tour of their home, here and here.
If our blog has been a help to you in your build, please let us know so we can take a tour!
Looking for other home building blogs, and found you folks! Looking forward to having a good look around...am I missing something on how to subscribe?ReplyDelete
Ok never mind...I discovered what I needed. Thank you!ReplyDelete
We're doing a little reorganizing to (hopefully) make things a little easier to navigate. Glad you found it. Be sure to like us on Facebook, too. We're just getting started over there.Delete
Jen, thanks so much for this wonderful reciprocal shout-out! This was very sweet of you! I love your home (noticed we also have cork floors in common - we love them) and appreciate the help your blog gave us. Thank you again! :-) xoxoReplyDelete
ooh! I didn't see the cork floors. What kind did you get? Do you love them as much as we do?Delete
You wouldn't have, because they're upstairs - a future tour post. :-) We got two kinds, one is a WE Cork "Eco-Nomical" series floating floor (very bottom of the page, though now I can't remember if we got "Natural" or "Earth!" "Natural," I think - love how you can see the recycled wine corks in the pattern!) for the bonus room above the garage, and the other from Home Depot for our master bedroom and walk-in closet (people always think it's reclaimed hardwood flooring!) We love them both! Wish we could have put cork in more rooms. I need to check out your post about your cork floors, because I'm wondering what room(s) you put it in.ReplyDelete
Have you ever heard of <a href="http://www.forboflooringna.com/Residential-Flooring/Forbo Marmoleum</a>? We had it (in click plank and in sheet) in two rooms in the house we sold and really liked it.
I love our cork floors. We heard some people say they weren't durable in kitchens and baths, but I LOVE it in the kitchen. So much easy on my feet than hardwood or tile. We've spilled water and it beads better than it ever did on our hardwood. We will be replacing a few of the rooms with cork as the carpet wears out (the office and in-law suite specifically).Delete
We looked into the marmoleum. We really like it as an option but didn't select it.
Oops, that was a mess - sorry about that! I'll try that again...ReplyDelete