Nice laminate flooring

(10 Posts)
holmessweetholmes Sun 24-May-15 09:05:39

We need to replace the flooring in pretty much all of our new house. Would love to go for real wood but can't afford it. Does anyone have any recommendations for any particular brands or types of laminate which look as much like real wood as possible without breaking the bank? I'm keen to go for a natural planky oak type look with a reasonable amount of colour variation in it, as we have wood beams/furniture/skirting boards which are all a bit different in colour.
Thanks!

housemoverihope Sun 24-May-15 09:17:22

I would highly recommend quick step. We got the one with 4 edges almost 9 years ago and it still looks fab.

holmessweetholmes Sun 24-May-15 09:24:38

Oh and another(possibly dim) question - sorry! What do you do with a half flight of stairs between two hard - floored areas? The stairs and the upper floor are currently carpeted but the carpet is grim and we are putting laminate on the upper floor.

It would surely look a bit odd to have a little carpeted stairway in between two hard floors, but what's the alternative?

holmessweetholmes Sun 24-May-15 09:25:12

Thanks housemover!

0ddsocks Sun 24-May-15 09:27:15

Watching with interest smile

Beckyt80 Sun 24-May-15 21:58:39

Quickstep have incizo plates which alow you to lay laminate on stairs. We have just put in quickstep impressive in our house and it looks nice. Look online for good deals.

holmessweetholmes Sun 24-May-15 22:46:39

Great - thanks!

shelldriff Tue 26-May-15 11:37:39

check out the guys at www.findmeafloor.co.uk, they were outstanding!

alovelycuppatea Wed 27-May-15 09:47:46

We got Balterio laminate recently..looks excellent and had a few people surprised it isn't real wood. Would recommend.

holmessweetholmes Wed 27-May-15 17:18:18

Ok - will check all these out. Thanks everyone!

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