Laying Laminate in Landing - which direction?

Discussion in 'Carpenters' Talk' started by portlanders, May 16, 2020.

  1. portlanders

    portlanders Member


    Apologies for the awful sketch, been a while.
    Was the best way to explain layout, I was planning to start my first row on the right run towards the stairs... am I incorrectly concerned that the 0.8m length is too short to have at the top of the stairs, and i should lay it a different way?
    If i run the flooring at 90 degrees to the stairs i'm concerned the longer length of the landing won't look right.

  2. kitfit1

    kitfit1 Screwfix Select

    It will look right. In my opinion it will look "cack" if you lay it across the landing. Not only will it look cack but it will make a small space look even smaller.
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  3. portlanders

    portlanders Member

    Cheers, was just concerned 3 or 4 rows of 0.8m lengths side by side would look like piano keys, but also read to avoid 'H' layouts - I don't have much to work with being only 0.8m.
  4. kitfit1

    kitfit1 Screwfix Select

    In small spaces always use the longest length to make a space "look" bigger. Go with that and you is good to go for anything :D
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  5. portlanders

    portlanders Member

    Thank you

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