The Pergo down, now for the baseboards. We'll be using 1x4" rough sawn cedar, same as what's on the ceiling in this room, and used also as trim around my cedar ceiling in the kitchen. House smells like a sawmill now. It's nice.
Baseboards in, furniture in place. The baseboards worked pretty well. They are installed with construction adhesive, as the walls in this converted Florida Room are concrete. Only in the below picture was there a fit issue, where a rise in the middle of the floor, coupled with an uneven wall, made for some slappy looking fit. I'll just make sure anybody sitting in this room gets an extra large rum and coke before they notice it...and then they'll never notice it! Yeah, I like hats.
In the room looking out into the living room and kitchen. The Dining room is sunken, so there is a convenient step up to the rest of the house. This worked out great as I didn't need to undercut any door jams or anything like that during the flooring installation.