Threshhold Between White Porcelain Tiles and Oak Flooring?


Postby Donster65 » Mon Nov 10, 2014 9:15 pm

I have laid creme/white polished porcelain tiles in my hall and 18mm oak flooring in my living room. There is a height difference (about 6mm) between the two and clearly a colour difference, reddy brown of the oak flooring against the creme/white polished tile. Can you recommend a threshold to do the job?
It needs to suit the two colours, a taste thing I know, straddle the difference in height, and be made of a material that compliments the two. Preferably a threshold without screws being required. I do have stainless steel thresholds elsewhere, where the tiles meet carpet.

Thank you for any suggestions forthcoming.

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Postby averycarter74 » Sat Dec 27, 2014 1:41 am

Pearl White Polished is a rectified, through body porcelain. Because this material is a porcelain product, minimal maintenance is required
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