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SquishyBall 05-03-2013 09:14 AM

Can anyone find this laminate?
 
http://www.houzz.com/photos/696520/B...ym-minneapolis

I've checked everywhere... HD, Menards, Lowes, Lumber Liquidators, Builddirect, Amazon. Cant find it!

Basically the pattern I want is the mostly light yellowish non-wood-grainy clean pattern with the occasional reddish or brown board mixed in... In a laminate click-together.

Help!

Evenfurther 05-03-2013 09:30 AM

I spent about 3-4 months choosing my laminate click floor. I looked at darn near everything online and locally. I've never seen anything like that. You might have to consider using a brand that has different colors with the exact same locking system.

Seattle2k 05-03-2013 06:11 PM

I see you sent W. B. Builders a message on Houzz. they appear to be pretty active on that site (I saw a response elsewhere just 3 days ago), so I bet they'll respond if you give them time.

I'm not so sure that's laminate. Looks like it's probably solid hardwood and likely a few different kinds.

Seattle2k 05-03-2013 06:12 PM

Ah-ha! They just responded.

"It is five different colors of pre-finished Maple wood flooring intermixed on site. Sorry, that is the only information we have on the product. "

SquishyBall 05-03-2013 09:24 PM

Darn. I was beginning to think it was something like that. I'm in a basement so doing wood isn't an option. Maybe I'll get 9 boxes of a kind I like and 1 box of two others in the same product line that blend well with it. Will have to do more research... Problem w that is laminates come in around 3-board strips... so it would not be quite as cool.

Evenfurther 05-03-2013 10:18 PM

Laminate comes in all different types. Honestly I have not seen many 3 board strips, most multi-strip planks I see are 2 board strip.

That is what narrowed my search. I wanted single board planks. The laminate I have is roughly 5" x 48" single board planks that look like real wood.

You might want to look at vinyl too, for a basement. Some mfg's are making great looking "wood look" vinyl.


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