Ordnungs vary greatly from one community to the next. What is accepted in one community could very easily be forbidden in another.
In the community I grew up in hardwood floors were forbidden, and I always admired them when we visited my cousins in a different community. They on the other hand thought having linoleum on a floor would be great but it was against the ordnung in their community.
A few more bits of ordnung from the community I grew up in:
- Refrigerators were not allowed in the kitchen. They were fine in a pantry, if you didn't have a pantry they often were kept on a porch.
- Apron belts weren't allowed to be wider than an inch and a quarter.
- Kapp strings were supposed to be 7/8" wide and had to be tied at all times.
- Baby blankets used in church had to be black.
- Little boys had to wear dresses until their second birthday.
- Stoves had to be black, and refrigerators had to be painted, white was not an option.
- Sunday evening youth hymn sings had to last two full hours, no talking was allowed during that time, at least one slow church song had to be sung, no harmonizing, and adding a chorus after each verse was forbidden.
- Hat brims were supposed to be three inches wide.
- Men's shirt collars were to be buttoned at all times.