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    Default what can I put on a tiled floor to sit on?

    we have a huge rumpus room that is tiled..

    in 3 weeks we are having a concert at our house..(wohoooo)
    5 different groups will play acoustically and we will get about 60 people..

    But what can I put on the floor to make it more comfy?

    I have 2 big rugs but the floor is hugeee

    so ideas please? something that will prevent numb bums...

    oxox

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    I have a whole bunch of large cushions from ikea. I think they cost me about $8 each including covers for them.

    They are awesome and DD and I regularly have "picnics" inside if the weather is bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tasha1984 View Post
    I have a whole bunch of large cushions from ikea. I think they cost me about $8 each including covers for them.

    They are awesome and DD and I regularly have "picnics" inside if the weather is bad.

    Ohh thank you!!!! might take a trip out there.

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    Kmart and camping stores sell the large square rubber tiles that can be snapped together. You could put them down and then large cushions and throw rugs over the top?

    Oh and you are having a concert at YOUR HOUSE?! Totally awesome

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    Kmart also do cheap cushions or Ike's had cheap stool things too. What about beanbags?

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    Hi op,
    Unless you are charging people I'd tell people it byo cushion. Accommodating 60 people will just get really exy and what will you do with it all afterwards?

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    I have a bit of a budget to spend..and I need stuff for the room anyway as its so freaking cold..

    And yes people will be paying to attend..its a concert series, different houses, different acts..

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    Ishty, when we lived in a freeeeeeeeezing house with a very young DD1, we had the rubber tiles on the floor in the play corner and it made a huge difference to our comfort when on the floor. Especially when coupled with large floor cushions and rugs. Definitely look into it

    And have fun!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MamaC View Post
    Ishty, when we lived in a freeeeeeeeezing house with a very young DD1, we had the rubber tiles on the floor in the play corner and it made a huge difference to our comfort when on the floor. Especially when coupled with large floor cushions and rugs. Definitely look into it

    And have fun!!
    Thank you! I am pretty excited!
    Great idea...thanks matey.x


 

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