Woodlaminate, strips or squares

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Old 03-27-01, 08:48 AM
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I am just about to start a new project, decorating my 3-bed apartment. Laminate Flooring is the definate shoice for the floor, but am undecided whether to use the strips, or squares of laminate?

The floor is wooden floorboard in case that is a factor.
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Old 03-28-01, 10:45 AM
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In the laminates, there is not much difference between the strips or squares. If you'll notice, most wood grain laminate are strips, to impart a longer plank length. The squares usually simulate a ceramic or stone quarry look. Within the same manufacturer, the laminate should be the same material, whether plank or square. Then it's your choice.
 
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