Jun 07, 2007 1:23 pm
Not sure if this belongs under flooring but my dad suggested good quality vinyl as I think our timber floors in our house would be too "orange" for the colours I am doing in the kitchen/dining area. This is a new extension so I can be flexible.
I saw some nice Karndean ones on their website. I like their Michaelangelo Umbria Nero and Comet as a first pass but not sure about vinyl as always had timber floors. Is it expensive? Other alternatives?
I have two children under 6 and a dog if that matters. Dining suite is Tassie Oak and kitchen will be white and light grey and brown colours (see Laminex relaxed kitchen brochure).
Any opinions and should I post this to the flooring section instead.
Re: Vinyl for kitchen/dining floors2
Jun 15, 2007 9:43 pm
I have karndean copper vinyl tiles in my kitchen- 7 yrs. Look great with no visible scratches after all these yrs (2 young kids- no dogs). My neighbour got their new range last yr and are happy. Low maintenance and good value. The entire kitchen + dining cost us $ 950 installed..If u like the design and colour, go for it.
Re: Vinyl for kitchen/dining floors4
Jun 15, 2007 10:11 pm
Hi yes I did post in flooring a while back which led to quite an interesting discussion late at night thanks
This is a new extension so no floors are there yet but might still consider the liming option as that "look" would be good too.
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