Customer Transformations: June 15-19

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Happy Monday, folks! Our handy customers are busy with renovations as always, but they also take the time to submit photos of their work to our Before and After site. We’re happy to help them show off – take a look at this week’s transformations with bamboo, hardwood, and laminate!

Bonnie Nelson – Lincoln, NE

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Bonnie tackled a large room with this transformation. The soft colors from the Bellawood Red Oak hardwood floors brighten up this space, giving it an open feel. “Did it ourselves,” Bonnie told us. “Love the floor, and Lumber Liquidators were very helpful with any questions we had.” We hope her puppy is as happy with the floors as she is!

Janice Mackey – Monte Vista, CO

Janice took her broken up living room and kitchen and created an open space with these beautiful Delaware Bay Driftwood laminate floors. The details and soft color give this space a unique look. “So far, we really like it, and it seems easy to clean,” she said. “I would recommend this company.” Thank you, Janice: That means a lot coming from a happy customer!

Sharon & Mike Belanger – Oxford, MA

By changing the paint color and replacing their worn-out carpet with our Classic Gunstock Oak, Sharon and Mike were able to completely update their room at the heart of their home. “We replaced our 30-year-old Berber rug in the family room, and we absolutely love it!” Sharon wrote to us. They continued their remodeling venture down the hall and into a bedroom, going with Gunstock Oak all the way!

Tyler Crowder – Bowling Green, KY

We bought a house that needed to be brought into this century, Tyler told us. “And the new laminate really helped do the trick!” It sure did: Offering rich color at an unbeatable price, our Natural Acacia made for one stunning makeover. Tyler is still impressed: “It is amazing how much different the room looks!”

Sheila Meyer – Littleton, CO

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Sheila’s house always had the potential for rustic elegance – she just needed a floor with enough character to complement the stone of her chalet-style home. Enter Tobacco Road Handscraped Hardwood, with vintage textures and varied tones inspired by American colonial flooring. Before Sheila’s home was mix of flooring types, but now her new hardwood creates a unified whole.

Thanks again to all of our customers who have shared their stories and photos with us! Check out the rest of the Before & After photos for more inspiration.

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