Available in styles that mimic hardwood, stone and tile, laminate flooring lets you achieve a bold look without breaking the bank.
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November 25, 2014
Stylish, Durable Surface
Durable laminate is a great choice for busy playrooms. This maple style, in honey blond, is a stylish surface ideal for worry-free romping. Photo courtesy of Mohawk Flooring
This laminate floor was designed to replicate timeworn maple, complete with wormholes. It comes in 3- and 5-inch planks and can be installed with alternating widths for visual interest. Photo courtesy of Shaw Floors
This dining room is dressed up with tile-look laminate floors in a quiet neutral hue. The surface conveys the look of authentic stone, with rippling patterns and color variations. Shown: Veneto in beige. Photo courtesy of Mohawk Flooring
Laminate goes exotic. This eye-catching floor emulates Australian Eucalyptus hardwood, with its distinctive coloration and unique graining. Photo courtesy of Pergo
More realistic than ever, this laminate is reminiscent of reclaimed barn wood, complete with knotholes and saw marks. The oak-look floor (in ash color) gains authenticity from its wide plank size (6.25 inches). Photo courtesy of Mannington Mills, Inc.
The bedroom gains majestic style with laminate that mimics travertine tile. Palazzo tile (shown in light Nocino) offers depth with veins, speckles and subtle color variation. Photo courtesy of Mohawk Flooring
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