Re: Salvaged car siding as flooring?
Speaking of non-traditional flooring, I was at a linolium store once, looking for a neutral floor covering, and one huge role was a tawny beige with flecks of wood in it and maybe even what looked like string...and the salesperson said it was the underflooring that's usually put under linolium.
She said one modern, high end store had used it in their loft space after putting a lot of sealer and varnish on it...but that they couldn't guarantee how well it would stand up to foot traffic, as it wasn't intended for that purpose.
Anyway, I liked the way it looked, and have always wondered if that product actually could make a semi-durable floor material.
Last edited by California_Cookie; 09-05-2012 at 04:46 PM.
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