I have hardwood flooring in my dining room and another room, with kitchen in between. I want to extend the flooring to make the kitchen hardwood as well. The problem is that the flooring in the two existing rooms are not exactly parallel. They differ by a few degrees. I could run the new flooring exactly parallel to the dining room, then when it hits the door of the second room it would have an angle. Or I could try to "warp' the installation so the hardwood changes angle a little as it crosses the kitchen. Any advice?
Just taper a couple of pieces of flooring to distribute the adjustment across a wider area. Preferably this would be done in a doorway, as IronEagle notes. Trim them on the female side of a tongue/grooved board, because...:
I learned this lesson the hard way: It's worth getting a bit or blade (router? dado?) that you can use to reconstruct the groove on the trimmed side, so your boards still fit tightly together.