Rossio Cork Laminate T-Molding
T-Moldings provide an attractive solution for blending floor surfaces in adjoining rooms.
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The cork floor is not a "snap" together flooring. Its a" beat it " together flooring. Difficult to install, should come with a couple of pieces of hard wood with tongue and groove cut into it that matches the flooring. "Snapping" the last row against the wall is a challenge. A crowbar and a piece of hardwood to protect the drywall was the only way my son and i could complete the job. Three different floors that we had installed, actually did "snap" together and were actually enjoyable. good luck
We got cork flooring for our bathroom and kitchen after hearing about it on HGTV. It is a great product for these two rooms as it will handle moisture well. We absolutely love it. We don't have a basement so our floors are concrete and we didn't want to put ceramic tile down because we knew the floors would be cold but hardwood and laminate are not good where they might get wet. This flooring is so soft to walk on. The floors are also warmer now. We would highly recommend cork flooring for a kitchen and bathroom area.