Mohawk Laminate or Pergo tumbled marble lam

rj56March 15, 2011

I would like to replace my kitchen vinyl with tile, but hubby doesn't like tile. So our compromise is laminate (I don't want vinyl again.) We're too cheap to replace our 80's oak cabinets, but am having trouble finding a tile look laminate that looks good with the cabs. At this point I'm looking at a Mohawk product at Menards that looks like the greenish Fiorentina on the Mohawk website. It's a gray/green stained concrete look with gray grout lines. My next choice is the beige tumbled marble from HD. It's a light background with dark brown spots, an oblong brickish tile pattern. I don't want anything too dark or too busy, and a wood look is out. Has anyone used either of these or seen them installed? Sorry, no photos.

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