The drawing is not to scale. The hallway is 36”. The bedroom/closets, laundry, hall closet, kitchen, dining, and living room will be in same direction with no transitions. Hopefully 😊
Already purchased Lifeproof Vinyl Plank flooring cherry dusk 7mm 8.66” X 47.64”. My plan is to run it down the hall and same direction in all rooms (My guess from your videos).
The two bathrooms will be same brand of flooring but different size and color than main flooring (looks like tiles 6.5mm 12” X 23.82”). Bedroom bathroom will be in same direction as bedroom flooring. The main bathroom will be same tile flooring but in 90 degrees to hallway flooring. I removed the particle board floors in both bathrooms so all the subflooring in the entire house is the same height.
Question: Bathroom flooring stops under door and then transition to house flooring?
Question: Transition strip is house flooring color starting under door into hallway and main bedroom or the other way around?
Question: Is it possible to have a transition and no transition strip? Subfloor is same height. flooring is different by .5mm.
Question: where to start for house. My guess is start at the end of the hall. The door frame is butt up against the end wall of the hall for the Main bedroom and 6” from the end wall for bedroom #1. Once inside the main bedroom and bedroom #1 I have a wall that sticks out to create a closet space in each room.
Question: Four planks equal 34 5/8” wide hallway is 36” wide. Which way do I move them over to leave a wide plank strip running down each side of the hallway and not get myself into trouble once inside the main bedroom and bedroom #1?
Question: What lengths do I start with on each side of hallway? Is there a pattern to follow to make planks appear random? It looks like there are four different wood patterns running in two directions with tongue and groove locked together.
Bedroom/bathroom doors are 30” hall closet is 24”.
Bedroom side: 6” to door frame – 30” door – 9’5” to bedroom #2 door frame 7” between BR#2 and hall closet door frames – 24” hall door 5 1/4” wall and then opens into dining room
Laundry side: main bedroom door frame butt up against end wall – 30” door – 45 ¼” to laundry opening – 6 ¼” from hall opening to bathroom door frame – 6 ½” from bathroom door frame to entryway/living room.
Question: If Island counter is not lined up with hallway wall does that impact direction to shift planks in hall? Counter is slightly into line of path of hallway.
Thank you for your help and creating this site and videos.
- This discussion was modified 9 months, 2 weeks ago by kevin.krogsrud.
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