Has anyone put cork flooring down?
I rather fancy this for it's softness underfoot and insulating properties.
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We have it in our back kitchen and shower room and corridor, now 10y old. Just as you say. Happy to do the same again. Buy a few spare. Enormous range of prices.
We had it in the bathroom at the old house. Very hard wearing especially with a few coats of dulux diamond glaze floor varnish.
Will the room have chairs in it? Just wondering about pressure points?
Yes, freestanding table, chairs and a bench. They do have big feet.
Good point from Ian. Our areas which have cork flooring don't have tables and chairs. There was an old 'frig-freezer and the tiles it was on are definitely more impressed than Shania Twain.
Thanks Ian. I may have to revisit my thoughts, it is a fairly heavy table but has broad feet. I have sent a message to the Cork Flooring company, so hope to hear back from them.
I didn't go for cork but for these: https://www.luvanto.com/shop/grey-sparkle/
Meanwhile it's going together quite nicely.