Originally Posted by Jungle
If someone is thinking of doing this definitely get the locking and floating type of cork they have at Lowes. Youll end up with no seams or gaps.
The floating planks are definitely easier to install, but due to issues with the subfloor and the cellar door, I needed something that was flexible and that would adhere directly to the subfloor, which was a major reason I went with cork.
In the event that someone is interested in cork, and comes across this in the future, here is a picture of the completely finished floor (after the polyurethane).