I was hoping to get some guidance before laying lvp throughout my home. I would like to avoid transition pieces between rooms. I have tile in the kitchen, laundry, and master bathroom which I will be keeping, so I’ve marked through those rooms on the drawing. All of the other rooms/closets will be getting lvp. I’m assuming I should make the direction of the planks go from North to South. I’m wondering if I should center my main chalk line in the hall or the living room? I want to be sure things don’t end up crooked. We will be removing the baseboards and there is a gap between the sheet rock and the wall, so I’ll already have some space to work with. Any guidance you have for how to tackle this and any obstacles you think might come up would be greatly appreciated. Also, we have sliding glass doors in the living room. Not sure if that matters or not. Thank you so much!
Thank you so much, that’s very helpful! Is there any advantage to starting in the living room, or would it be alright to start in bedroom #1 instead? You can’t really tell from my drawing, but bedroom #2 is smaller than the master so I’d prefer to work backwards in there if it’s just as well. It’s really not a big deal though if it’s better to start in the living room, just wondering. Thanks again!