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The biggest issue will be the height difference from the hardwood to laminate and a moulding to cover the transition. Depending on the height of the hardwood, you are at least looking at a half inch difference (at minimum) between the wood and laminate. And the moulding might also be a trip hazard for any older people as they enter/leave your house. My ...


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The 45 miter will be your best bet into the corner. Aside from that, please do consider where you want your joints carefully. I would keep them separated as much as possible, yet not in an area where I am going to work at, unless, you are going to sand and finish the top in place and you are certain that you can get the joint relatively flat and smooth. In ...



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