Feb 02, 2013 8:39 pm
I am after some advice on which direction to lay my timber flooring. We are using the Vintage Natural boards from HN. I am not quite sure which way to lay it at the top section of the T on our hallway and also in the kitchen (on the left of the plan) We have double cavity sliders which will be open more than closed so I need to work out how to flow the floor in to that area.
Any advice would be greatly appreciated
Re: Floor laying direction2
Feb 02, 2013 8:48 pm
Ooooh we are going to use these too in a month or do. Would love to see how it turns out for you. We love the board and have high hopes for it!
We will be laying ours vertically/longways the length of the corridor and matching that throughout (if that makes sense?!)
Re: Floor laying direction4
Feb 15, 2013 1:06 pm
Im thinking of changing the direction at the top of the hallway and also in the kitchen. Maybe I should just run the boards horizontally in the main entry way but I don't think that would look any good either...........
Re: Floor laying direction5
Feb 15, 2013 8:10 pm
I would lean towards laying the floor horizontal.
Kitchen is then running the length of the room [better].
OK, the entrance is not ideal that way, but it's better for the majority of the job.
I would also consider changing the B/room as well, IF you change the direction, so there is not a visual conflict at the point.
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