Q: I have a question about Allure flooring. I've done some research (including reading past posts on Apartment Therapy), and it looks like people are pretty happy with the look, feel, and durability of the Allure planks (the ones that look like hardwood). I am in the process of remodeling a 100-year-old home, and our contractor has suggested Allure flooring for the kitchen.
We can't use a hardwood look because we're partially opening up the kitchen to the rest of the house, which has the original hardwood floors. The kitchen currently has laminate from the 70s (or something) and there's no hardwood underneath. So we need something that will look purposefully different from the rest of the house. Real stone and tile are out of our price range.
I'm hoping to find out if anyone has the Allure tiles, and if they like the look and feel of those products.
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