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House Update: Flooring

Kailee Wright- hallmark wood floor

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It is time for another update and we have some good news…WE ARE IN!!! Oh my gosh you guys, I can’t even tell you how exciting it is to be able to finally say that! If you follow me over on Instagram, you’ve seen a few sneak peeks. I was overwhelmed with the positive feedback + hundreds of questions on our flooring, so I am sharing all the details here today!

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As I mentioned a few months ago on Instagram, we did tile in the kitchen and bathrooms upstairs. We went back and forth repeatedly trying to decide if we should carry it in to the basement. After talking to local friends + hearing from lots of you, we decided to do a wood downstairs since tile is so cold in basements.

When we started looking for woods, I had an exact color in mind. I wanted it to be light and bright, but not read too yellow. I immediately noticed that all of my favorites were from the same company, Hallmark Floors. Once I started working with them, I knew I’d find just the right one. They actually ended up having a few I fell in love with and it made deciding so hard!

When I told them I just needed to see it in the space, they put me in connection with a local dealer, Jeff from Specialty Carpets. You guys…if you are building in Utah you have got to call him. Jeff was amazing!! He brought all of the samples that fit the style I mentioned to the house so I could see them in the space. He was so patient and answered my millions of questions.

We ended up going with Alta Vista in Laguna Oak. We love the color! Going with a natural product that was timeless and would last with the proper care was so important to us.  It turned out just how I pictured, and I love how it keeps the basement light and bright.

We are so excited to finally be in the house! It is amazing to see all my visions come to life and I really couldn’t have done it without our designer Ashley. She has been incredible to work with and I highly recommend her. She took my vision for a few rooms in the house and totally turned them in to a reality. I can’t wait to  start sharing more details with you so stay tuned! Also if you have any questions at all feel free to leave them in the comments and I will try and answer them all!!

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  1. Once it’s all finished can you pretty please do a full house tour! My hubby and I will be building in a few years and would love some inspiration

    1. Yes!! I’m definitely planning on it! As soon as we unbury ourselves from all these boxes I will start doing a full tour with allll the details!

    1. Thank you Shay! I’m getting all the exact coloring and details from the builder and will start sharing everything soon!!Stay tuned!

  2. Hi! I would love to know what the tiling is that you have in some of your pictures! Your home is looking beautiful! Can’t wait to see it all when it comes together.

    1. Thank you so much! I’m getting all the exact coloring and details from the builder and will start sharing everything soon!!

  3. Do you have an update on the details of your tile floors? Wondering if you can provide me with the pros of going with a tile in the kitchen especially with kids, things dropping, liquid spills etc.

  4. WE ARE DOING A REMODEL AND I’M THINKING OF USING THE ALTA VISTA FLOORING IN LAGUNA AS WELL. WE LIVE IN UTAH VALLEY. HOW HAVE THEY HELD UP? DO YOU HAVE TO DO MUCH TO MAINTIAN THEM? WOULD YOU INSTALL THEM AGAIN OR USE A DIFFERENT PRODUCT IF YOU COULD? THANK YOU!