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Jason Lefler

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I have a house with many angles and I am trying to avoid transitions. How would you lay out vinyl plank in this house. Option 1, 2 or 3 or something else? Rooms with the red "T" will have tile. Vinyl plank will be everywhere else. Where would you start as well? Thank you for the advice.

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Maybe number 2
What I tell people is to grab a few boxes and spread them around the different ways you think to see what you think looks the best in the area. Its useless just having several planks to try as this doesnt really show much
Usually one would walk along the lines
 

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I like #3. It would set the biggest portion of the house on a diagonal, which would hide crooked walls, but would cost a bit more with extra cuts and a bit more waste.
 

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I like #3. It would set the biggest portion of the house on a diagonal, which would hide crooked walls, but would cost a bit more with extra cuts and a bit more waste.
3 would look nice, but transitions would be everywhere. Might be ok if all rooms were different patterns, so transitions looked necessar.y
 

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