Wood Flooring Designs

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Install floor starting from the initial point of view.

Chopping wood floors should be investigated in order to fit in the corner of the floor.

Cut the starter plank in the next row a different length than the length of the starter plant in the previous row. Also consider using varying plank widths. 

Continue to work by solving one line to the desired point. Perform at a wooden floor so that nothing is

Install two rows of planks end-to-end diagonally across the middle of the room. 

Lay another row of planks against the the initial ones in the same manner as in the parallel format. 

Decide whether you prefer a 45-degree or a 90-degree herringbone pattern. The 90-degree pattern requires no cutting. 

Position two planks together in a 45-degree or 90-degree angle, depending on which pattern you have chosen. Glue the planks into place. Cut wood pieces to fit into the gaps left near the walls to obtain a perimeter line parallel to the wall. 

This activity is particularly fun with parquet strips. Consider combining pre-stained wood lighter and darker.

Use the initial patterned section as a guide to finish installing the rest of the floor. 

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