Need new flooring to transition to existing wood. Living room/Dining room/foyer
pollyspride
July 16, 2012 in Design Dilemma
My entry way is flanked by the dining room and living room, separtated partially by pony walls (which I'd like to remove and replace with small columns and wood viga poles going to the ceiling). The existing flooring is wood and carpet. The carpet needs to go, but I can't get the same wood anymore. I want to consider either brick like tiles (herringbone pattern) or some stone (versaille pattern), a style that I think would complement our southwestern style home. Not sure how this transition would work, and would we keep the wood in the entry way? Thank you for any help!
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pollyspride
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   July 16, 2012 at 4:27PM
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floorguru
Nice pictures really helps me, I would consider a darker hardwood border the rooms, then set the center on 45 degree to the hall. If your set on tile the transition is simple you carpeted rooms will need proper subfloor so the height should be almost perfect if not, very close then its just a t-mold stained same as entry.
   July 16, 2012 at 4:49PM
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