In a few days I will be removing the wall-to-wall carpet that the
previous owner installed in the upstairs bathroom. (Who in their right
mind puts carpeting in a bathroom - especially around the toilet in a
house where men live?) Anyway, that was off-topic. We will be installing
a nice laminate in that bathroom.
The carpeting presently extends out of the bathroom and down the hall.
Near as I can tell it is of one piece, or at least a seam is not visible
between the bathroom and the hall. I can take a utility knife, I
suppose, and cut the carpet in a straight line at the doorway . . .
would that be a good approach? And how about a nice-looking way to dress
the cut edge at the doorway? We're leaving the carpet in the hall for
the time being. The flooring is wood.
Mike "Rocket J Squirrel" Elliott
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