Armstrong Laminate flooring. Glueless/Floating http://www.armstrong.com/flooring/la...oor-104118.asp
I got a quick question about laying out my flooring.. I intend to start out at the "top" wall in the photo and work my way to the bottom of the photo.. This will mean that the planks will be perpindicular to the length of the joining hallway.. Is it wrong to do this or should I try to do some sort of transition from the main rooms to the hallway so the planks are perpindicular to the length of the hall? The floor plan below is not to scale or true layout but close.. The hall in the picture appears a bit longer than it really is... The gray area on the left is the kitchen.. The gray area on the right is an elevated entry way so there is no wall there. Both gray areas are tiled.
Another general question I have... Is it possible to lock/join the end of a plank with the side of another.. In other words, join them perpendicular to change directions of the flow. I know you can do this with a T molding but those would not be ideal in my opinion. I am waiting for product delivery so I haven't seen how the end joints are constructed.
Thanks in advance for any assistance.