Here is our dilemma: we are redoing the floor of our loft. The
sub-floor is the building's original concrete floor and we were told
that on a concrete sub-flooring you can only use 3/8'
hard wood. So after long deliberations we gave up on the hard wood and
decided on the Urban Luxury Majestic Maple for the living room and for
the kitchen on the black
Our original design for the floor was to have and S-line type shape
divider around the kitchen island (imagine a rectangle, on side is the
kitchen, the other the living room, the island is relatively in the
middle, and the S line is winding around the island dividing the two
spaces). Knowing that the Tarkett will be a floating type floor, we
will have to leave a little space between the tile and the laminate,
because I was told that if they were to be butting against one another
the Tarkett will eventually buckle. So now we're looking for some kind
of a flexible... something... that can follow the curvy shape of
ourdesign to cover this space between the two.