Savannah’s Modern Ranch House Flooring Sources

Flooring is a major part of any room or space. Mallory recently shared all of her flooring sources that she now has in her new home which you can see HERE. I loved her post so much I wanted to shared my flooring source with you!

When we bought this house, it had steps up and down throughout the main living area and we had to “fill in” the sunken areas and make everything level. You can watch the video on how we did that so you get an idea of where we began.

Filling in a sunken living room

White Tile

When we bought the house we had not have much money to invest in the flooring but since we were pouring new concrete and removing old tile we had to replace the flooring. We had a few problems. The first problem was little budget we needed to be right around $2 a square foot. The second issue was we were adding new flooring that was going right against some original hardwood which means any hardwood “look a like” product was not a great option. I talk way more into detail about this flooring post in THIS POST.

Family Pictures in Entry Way

Hardwood Floor

When our Kitchen flooded we need to replace all the flooring in there. I went back and forth with so many different options and I ended up going with an engineered hardwood flooring from Garrison Flooring. We will carry this flooring into my master bedroom, the office and also possibly the entryway as well. You can see more details about the flooring and the rest of the kitchen remodel HERE.

Laundry Room Tile

I wanted a fun pattern in my laundry room and so I went with this fun tile from Floor and Decor. You can find out more about this flooring in this post all about my laundry room HERE.

Laundry Room Part 3 Flooring

Girls Bedroom

We recently did new flooring in my girls room. It’s a Bamboo flooring and it was really easy to install ourselves. We are planning on also putting this flooring into Ryder’s Room. You can see more about that flooring HERE.

DIY Painted Tile

The last space we “updated” our floors was in our guest bathroom. This was an easy and inexpensive DIY project that cost under $50. You can read about the DIY Painted tile HERE.

DIY Stenciled Tile

If you have any questions feel free to leave a comment below and we’ll do our best to answer them.

xo, Savannah

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