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Vinyl flooring 5m wide?

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YorkshireTea86 Mon 06-Feb-17 19:10:49

We will be having the kitchen done this year and it is open plan to dining area. The dining are is just short of 5m wide, does anyone know if it's possibly to get vinyl to cover the whole area? At the minute the dining area is carpeted which I hate. I looked at luxury vinyl tiles but given the whole area to do is about 30m2 it's going to be out of budget. TIA

YorkshireTea86 Mon 06-Feb-17 19:13:26

Sorry don't know why thread has been created twice confusedblush

Villagernumber9 Mon 06-Feb-17 20:38:40

I'd go for laminate flooring if I was you. Vinyl to me is out of date. Plus, don't think that you can get it that wide. You would need it in sections, which, unless it's joined properly, won't last.

skinnyamericano Mon 06-Feb-17 20:48:01

I think LVT are lovely - have seen many of my friends' homes with Karndean or similar.

Have you tried pricing up any of these brands?

Hoppinggreen Mon 06-Feb-17 20:51:03

I've only been able to find vinyl 4 meters wide.
You could try vinyl tiles

YorkshireTea86 Tue 07-Feb-17 07:20:10

I didn't really want laminate in the kitchen because of the water and problems if there are leaks etc. I've priced up the cost of lvt but think that the fitting costs will be too high, only have about £1000 in the budget for the floor.

shovetheholly Tue 07-Feb-17 07:59:40

What about a cheaper type of Amtico/Karndean? They are so real looking now!

shovetheholly Tue 07-Feb-17 08:00:44

Sorry, I posted too soon. Meant to say that having wood-effect vinyl 'tiles' might be your solution. You can have them laid in many different patterns too!

Hoppinggreen Tue 07-Feb-17 09:25:02

Try something like Rhinofloor.
It's like Amtico but a lot cheaper.
If you can find a decent floor fitter and give them your budget they should be able to make suggestions

RTKangaMummy Tue 07-Feb-17 09:53:46

Can you turn it 90 degrees?

So the width is the length iyswim

YorkshireTea86 Tue 07-Feb-17 12:20:08

No its 6m x 4.75m so wouldn't work either way unfortunately.

Hopefullyoneday1 Tue 07-Feb-17 12:30:12

Vinyl sheet is 20m x 2m so you will have a couple of seams / join in there somewhere

ShortLass Tue 07-Feb-17 16:53:39

You could get vinyl tiles. Some look like wood, some look like tiles.


vrobb1 Sat 10-Feb-18 18:03:51

There is a company called HIGHFIVE who do 5m wide cushion vinyl

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