I've just tiled my hallway with slate and put a floating semi-solid
wooden floor in my livingroom (glued tongue & groove). The house is
new, so existing floor was just bare concrete with door saddles on the
concrete, in doorways. I've removed these - they were just slotted
underneath doorway woodwork and held in place by the vertical
architrave. I'm now wondering what's the best way to handle where the
slate/wooden floor meet at the livingroom door. Both slate and wooden
floor are at approximately the same level (within a few mm). I see two
1. Use a metal/plastic wood-look T/reducer strip instead of door
saddle - don't like these, think they look cheap.
2. Fit new saddle on top of wooden floor and slate, covering the gap.
Secure to concrete with a few screws/rawl plug and to wood/slate with
a bit of silicone. Will require trimming of door, but think result
will lokk better.
I'm in favour of option 2, as I'd like to fit matching pine door and
door saddle. Any one have any thoughts?