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Playroom flooring

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GoodEyebrowDay Sat 01-Apr-17 09:24:00

Hoping to turn a spare room into a playroom & after some inexpensive flooring to put on top of laminate.

I know there are foam, interlocking squares but they don't seem very lasting. Would it be more sensible to buy rubber to avoid paying cheap, paying twice?

Are there other options I haven't thought of?

OnePlanOnHouzz Tue 04-Apr-17 10:27:48

If it's a regular shape you could use carpet (off cut /end of roll bargains ) with the edges whipped - makes a big rug that's relatively inexpensive and can be replaced when it's had it - and is soft for knees and bottoms for kids playing.

Swippy Thu 27-Apr-17 19:24:52

Artificial grass! We have in ours and it's great

FreedomMummy Thu 27-Apr-17 19:27:59

We've used form interlocking squares for 3.5 yrs in our playroom and they are still going strong. We had them on carpet for 2 yrs and they have been on laminate for 1.5 yrs now.

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