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Thread: What kind of flooring should I put in my sewing room?

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    Super Member annieshane's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcrow View Post
    I'm redoing my flooring throughout my house. I'm putting laminated wood flooring in the living room and dining room and carpet in the bedrooms and vinyl in the bathrooms and laundry room and already have new vinyl in the kitchen. Should I put laminated wood in my sewing room or carpet and why?
    I put indoor-outdoor carpet in my room. It is very low pile, gives the warmth, but does not hide pins, etc. I use a lightweight stick type vacuum, which does a great job with threads,etc. Only problem is my little doggie, who loves the carpeting (but not in good way) so have to put gate up to keep her out. I probably would not put carpet again because of that.
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    I have carpet in my current sewing room, and I hate it. The dogs get hair all over it, the pins disappear, I can't lay my stuff on the floor without getting dog hair on it, no matter how often I vacuum. My last sewing room had tile, and I loved it. It was a bit cold in the winter, but I kept a small space heater next to my sewing room to take care of that problem. You definitely want a smooth floor.
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