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The Right Direction to Lay Your Floor

Your Guide to Choosing a Layout and Format

1. Determine Your Floor Direction

Sketch of a living room and kitchen

Draw your space and identify the entry points.

A rough sketch of your space will help you visualize your future floor. Grab a pen and paper or download our room grid to get started.

Single footpath sketch and diagonal laying pattern example

How do you walk through the space?

When planning the design of your floor, think of your most common footpath. Have your local retailer install the floor in that direction to guide guests throughout the space. 

Double footpath sketch and herringbone laying pattern example

Is there more than one entry point in the space?

If yes, choose a multidirectional pattern that guides you in more than one direction, like a herringbone pattern or even as simple as laying the floor on an angle from door to door.

 

2. Choose Your Laying Pattern

Note: Different formats have different layout capabilities.

 

For the Most Creativity and Color Options:

Choose Gluedown

These individual planks and tiles may be laid in a wide variety of patterns, are compatible with design strips and borders (some exceptions apply), and can be easily cut to create virtually any pattern. Seamlessly transition from wood to stone looks when you choose from the same gluedown product range.

Wood Layouts

HerringboneWood LVP floor in a herringbone pattern

ChevronWood LVP floor in a chevron pattern

Broken ChevronWood LVP floor in a broken chevron pattern

StaggeredWood LVP floor in a staggered pattern

Ship LapWood LVP floor in a ship lap pattern

StripedWood LVP floor in a striped pattern

Basket WeaveWood LVP floor in a basket weave pattern

 

Stone Layouts

Brick LayStone LVT floor in a brick lay pattern

DiagonalStone LVT floor in a diagonal pattern

DiamondStone LVT floor in a diamond pattern

HerringboneStone LVT floor in a herringbone pattern

StripedStone LVT floor in a striped pattern

PinwheelStone LVT floor in a pinwheel pattern

Mixed Wood and Stone Layouts

PlaidWood and stone LVP floor in a plaid pattern

AlternatingWood and stone LVP floor in an alternating pattern

StripedWood and stone LVP floor in a striped pattern

 

Strike a Balance Between Pattern Possibilities and Comfort:

with Loose Lay

Loose lay is our most ergonomic (comfortable underfoot) format and has acoustic properties to help reduce noise transfer. Like our gluedown products, loose lay planks and tiles can be laid in a wide variety of patterns. Unlike our gluedown products, loose lay does not require a full spread of adhesive and is not compatible with design strips and decorative borders.

Wood Layouts

HerringboneLoose lay wood planks in a herringbone pattern

ChevronLoose lay wood planks in a chevron pattern

Broken ChevronLoose lay wood planks in a broken chevron pattern

StaggeredLoose lay wood planks in a staggered pattern

Diagonal with BorderLoose lay wood planks in a diagonal pattern surrounded by a border

StripedLoose lay wood planks in a striped pattern

 

Stone Layouts

Brick LayLoose lay stone floor in a brick lay pattern

DiagonalLoose lay stone floor in a diagonal pattern

HerringboneLoose lay stone floor in a herringbone pattern

StripedLoose lat stone tiles in a striped pattern

Mixed Wood and Stone Layouts

StripedWood and stone loose lay floor in a striped pattern

 

For Classic Patterns in a Floating Format:

Choose Rigid Core

Due to the nature of the click-locking mechanism, our rigid core products can be laid straight or at a 45-degree angle. A selection of our Korlok Select rigid core products were made specifically to be laid out in a herringbone pattern (sized 24" x 6").

StaggeredRigid core wood planks in a staggered pattern

StripedRigid core wood planks in a striped pattern

Brick LayRigid core stone tiles in a brick lay pattern

Striped DiagonalRigid core stone tiles in a striped diagonal pattern

HerringboneRigid core wood planks in a herringbone pattern

 

3. View Colors Available in Your Format