Doorway Dividers Between Oak Floored Rooms

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What are the options for door dividers (sorry not sure what the correct word is for them) between two rooms both with solid oak flooring.

I've seen the laminate wood effect ones in homebase, is there a wood alternative?

Thanks for all help.
 
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Do you mean the threshold bar to cover the expansion gap break in the floor between two rooms? If so, I think you would need the "T" bar threshold. You can buy solid oak ones which comes either unfinished or prefinished in lacquer or hard wax oil.
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Hi, thanks for the reply. Yes that's exactly what I mean. What is the best 'walk-in' store for this kind of thing (as opposed to internet only). Looked in Homebase - they seem to only have the laminate variety.

I want to see the stuff in the flesh against my boards, etc.

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"Walk-in" to Charing would be a bit too much to ask? ;)

We have wide strips (without the thick block you normally see with the T-bar). Strip is bevelled on both sides. We use them everytime when we have to install a thresholds between rooms where the wood floor has the same level.
 
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Do you have any samples (and for you flat bead)? And are they not available finished?

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Don't have an image of the strips, just imagine it to be an almost double beading.


Solid Oak beading 5 x 28mm (strip 5 x 36mm) and no, they are not finished so everyone can apply their own preferred finish and/or colour
 
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