My situation is that I am removing all existing carpet, my apartment has wooden baseboards and I am hoping they can remain in place. I am having carpet installed in the bedrooms and living room, but will move to vinyl tile for the entry and dining area flooring...to follow through from the kitchen.
What happens when I have vinyl tile installed in the dining and entry way in terms of the "finish" at the floor....what can be done about the "gap"...I have one advice the gap is too large for caulking.
What options might there be?...to know I already had the painting done, including the existing baseboards.
Thank you very much!!
You can add a shoe molding (1/4 round is one type). There are several different styles to choose from. If you source out a supplier/manufacturer of wood moldings in your area, they should have several options/styles for you to choose.
Good luck in your renovations
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