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laminate to tile transition

Discussion in 'Floors, Stairs and Lofts' started by swilli88, 20 Oct 2020.

  1. swilli88

    swilli88

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    I am putting down new floors in a downstairs WC (tile) and adjoining hallway (12mm laminate).

    I was looking at transitions between the two and was really hoping to achieve a really minimalist finish like the attached pic

    Is this possible with laminate flooring that is essentially 'floating' on foam underlay? Neither of the images attached have an expansion gap. Does that mean this finish is only possibly with a non-floating floor?

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    Neither of the pics look to have laminate in them?
     
  4. crazydaze

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    You need an expansion gap, have a look at the stairrodsuk website as they are producing some very nice finishes nowadays that would give you a moden and clean finish, not as minimilist as your images though.
     
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