The last of our gross carpet was replaced in the guest room. I believe it was vintage carpet from the 70's when our house was originally built. You're welcome future guests, and yes I will get to replacing the guest room trailer shower--but don't be shy to stop in and say hi.
I tried to match up the carpet as best as I could in the store--carpet height, color, density and what not, but when I got it home, no deal.
My foot (wearing Becket's basketball socks, closest thing I could grab because of the carpets being clean) is on the guest room side.
Much lighter as you can see. It's still soft and cushy and it has already been charged. We'll live with it.
Without Mat in town, getting the guest room ready and whipped back into shape proposed a challenge.
Luckily, my mom was up to purchase a new car. Say, hi mom. Hi mom. Oh and hi awesome car so bold and green.
and she brought my brother Casey. Hi Casey.
He helped me take down the bed and with a little pleading, I got my contractor and my floor guy to help me set it up again. He was a jolly gentleman saying it was only going to take but a few minutes, actually it was a good thirty. Ikea beds are hard without the dummy picture instructions.