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Old 06-02-2006, 10:31 AM   #1
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Hey all!
Well, there's many threads on flooring and I haven't see the floor I choose for my kitchen posted here yet.

It's a floating floor system, no glue, easy to cut, thin, removable! What more could you want?

Take a look at my website for some pictures of this tile looking, off white, great looking floor.

my website of my home

It's in the third link on the left, "more pictures of the main floor", I think.
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Old 06-02-2006, 09:42 PM   #2
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Floating floor? Nice. What is it made of?
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Old 06-05-2006, 04:51 PM   #3
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Hi, ya, Karalyn!

Have you notices how many people we are getting from Minnesota! It would be fantastic if everyone could make it to Lanesboro. Once again, I will be there the weekend before the GTG! What with selling my house and design studio, I just don't think I can take off two weekends in a row! bummmmmmerooski! I'd love to join all of you!

Anyway, I digress!

The laminate is made up of a variety of layers laminated together. I found a link that explains it better than I ever could.

http://www.internetfloors.com/alloc-lamina...anid=_0ra0p2ans

I really do like the look. Since I am selling the house, I was deign to put down tile as some mayn't like tile. If I had put tile down and they didn't like it, they would have to remove it or put another subfloor and floor over the tile!
This is easy to remove and the new owners can put down whatever they like! The rest of my house is original hardwood floors with area rugs so another color and pattern was needed.

This is just like all the wood laminates you see but with a different pattern and color choice. Each piece is 4 foot long by 1 foor wide.

It's a bit cushy underfoot which I love.

I would highly recommend it for the camper.

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