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I've seen this on a lot of the decorating shows on HGTV. Has anyone tried them or heard anything about them?

Here's a site with some examples:

http://www.flor.com/
 

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Michelle,
I've never used it, but I love it when they do on tv. It looks great, particularly for DIY jobs.
 

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It is expensive! I thought it would be ALOT cheaper than regular carpet but it really isn't and it doesn't come with padding?! But it does look nice :)
 

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My sister had some in her house. We didn't like it. It looks good for a short time but then you start seeing seems and if climate/conditions are not perfect, it starts coming up.
 
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I really looked into this, thinking it would save DH and I a lot of money. The problems are as someone else mentioned; the carpet itself is costly and almost no padding!
 

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I had these in my bedroom growing up. They always looked good and the seams never showed....hmmm, maybe bcause they were a higher pile? Maybe the qualities not the same as they were years ago?
 

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Every day I watch something on HGTV, and every day they're using those tiles. I am thinking of getting some to put down over this disgusting raspberry wall-to-wall carpet I have in the MBR and the living room. I'd rip up the rugsin a heartbeat if there were hardwood floors underneath.
 
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