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Old 09-14-2010, 01:33 PM   #1
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Question Armstrong or Allure

Looking to replace the flooring in our 36 ft Clipper motorhome that has a combination of wood floor, tile, and carpet. Nice but its time for a change and update. Anyone use Armstrong Vinyl Sheets to replace flooring? I have looked at Allure and am now looking at Lucky Island Sand 12 ft. Resilient Vinyl Sheet. I am concerned with how the wood planks types will look with our honey oak cabinets. I am liking this Terrazzo look and it is making a comeback. My questions need to go to both spouses. I guess I need to know if anyone has used it and how it looks or what other looks work with Honey Oak Cabinets without feeling like I'm in a dark forest. And, whether planks or sheets would be easier to install.

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Old 09-15-2010, 11:46 AM   #2
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OK now I am looking at Wilsonart vinyl. Anyone use that? changed my mind about the Terrazzo. Have no idea what will look ok with honey oak cabinets. Biggest question is Planks or sheets? padding underneath or straight on the subfloor? float or adhere to the floor? wood or tile look?
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You sound like myself when I was deciding on flooring Either I didn't like it much against the walnut in ours, was too hard to install, or too heavy, or too thick...decisions, decisions! In the end I fell for some German made Elesgo flooring from a supplier in Canada lol! Haven't gotten it in yet but I think <hope> it's going to work well and look really nice in our set up.

Maybe get some samples home, that helped me a lot. There's tons of info on here in regards to requirements, installation, and pics of what others have done that also helped me A TON. Have you thought about cork? That might look nice too!


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