I would suggest finishing the visible floor only. When you need to replace the flooring, difficult to do under cabinets, etc.Hey all! Finished my floating subfloor and added some kilz mildew/mold primer on top. Great stuff around the edges. I’m curious if there’s any benefit to putting vinyl plank flooring down before adding furniture and counters in a build rather than adding to the visible floor areas afterwards. Thanks!
Hello. My wife brought home a sample of vinyl plank flooring from Home Depot (LifeProof Rigid click-lock vinyl plank) this last weekend, and we were instantly sold. Seemed to provide everything we were looking for in an lvp flooring atlanta... flexible, durable, waterproof, and at least somewhat sound-deadening.Just waiting for the build-your-own-house fad to take off...
People all over social media posting pictures of a foundation and floor, with no walls: "ready to start laying floor tile!"
Seriously though, I think
(1) Someone, somewhere, decided to do the floor first and it took off like a dank meme.
(2) Most people that don't build buildings probably think "build bottom to top". They might even do their house floor first. It never crossed my mind to do the floor first because in buildings it's always done last and I didn't watch any van youtube or van social media or anything.
(3) It's a small space, and a small rectangle is easy to cover.
(4) It's not very daunting. I mean, I did my bed first. Might not do it that way next time, but hey, it's a big easy thing to get out of the way.