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Laminate Wood Flooring Ideas

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DIY-friendly wood-look laminate flooring looks great all around the house, and it won’t bust your budget! Laminate flooring is the all-around go-to for comfort, affordability, ease-of-installation, and durability.

Laminate wood-look flooring samples in light and dark colors with several plank widths and wood species.

What Is Laminate Wood-look Flooring?

Floating wood-look laminate planks are a real wood product made of dense fiberboard. They mimic a wide array of woods and look great in every room in the house.


Laminate wood-look floors resist abuse from a little boy’s toy truck.

Advantages of Laminate Flooring

  • Laminate flooring resists dents and scratches and discoloration from sunlight.
  • It’s easy to install and easy to clean.
  • Laminate looks great in a living room.
  • Laminate is affordable for budget-conscious homeowners.
Laminate floor planks snap into place for easy installation.

Install Laminate Flooring Yourself

Laminate floor samples in differing plank widths, colors, finishes and wood species.

Laminate Flooring Comes in a Variety of Colors and Finishes

  • Check out textured and distressed or hand-scraped finishes.
  • Choose a wood look from light to dark or even on-trend gray.
  • Mix tones and plank widths for a focal-point design.
  • Beveled edges and multi-sheen texturing add realism and make it indistinguishable from real wood.


Make a Statement

Light-tone or gray laminate wood-look flooring in a dining room.

When you’re designing your room, plan for all the elements to work together—including the flooring. This gray wood-look laminate pairs seamlessly with the furnishings and wall decor.


Lighten Up!

Light-tone or whitewash laminate wood-look flooring in a living room.

Light-tone laminate planks bring a spot-on casual contemporary look to this mostly monochromatic living room.


Oak for the Office

Oak-tone laminate wood-look flooring in a closet office space.

A classic oak laminate underfoot is a great choice in this alcove office/workspace—stools slide easily and cleanup is quick and easy.


Plays Well with Others

Deep-tone laminate wood-look flooring in both an entry and a living room.

Don’t forget the fun. Deep-tone wood-look laminate flooring serves as a serious backdrop for colorful, contemporary area rugs in this semi-formal setting.


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