716,949 Flooring Home Design Photos

Peter Zimmerman Architects
23 Reviews
New House - Unionville, PA
Ideabooks2,121
Questions4
stains and all. Everyone make a big deal out of reclaimed floors. Many of us with 1960s homes have them already they are called OLD WATER DAMAGED PET PEE FLOORS. Hubby said floors tell a story they shouldn't look pristine.
wood floor with varying plank size
Old water, pet pee stained floors, works for me!
Love the wood floor - color and board size/ rustic look
“Floor” — David Shao
Jeanette Lunde
My white Scandinavian home. Splash of colors. Old & new. Always in change.
Ideabooks8,784
Questions8
Love the flooring! Can you tell me about it?
Where did you get the floor vase?
Who is the vendor of the wood flooring?
Just love the white and the floor!
paint = whitewashed floors. White floors may not seem like the most practical choice for a craft room, but they feel fresh and creative, and are surprisingly useful — just try finding that stray bead on a dark floor.
16. Craft room + lots of paint = whitewashed floorsWhite floors may not seem like
Craft room + lots of paint = whitewashed floors. White floors may not seem like the most practical choice for a craft room, but they feel fresh and creative, and are surprisingly useful - just try finding that stray bead on a dark floor.
‘We have wood floors so it gets bumps
“Norway sewing box” — yalah
Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
Palmetto Tree Bookcase
Ideabooks6,976
Questions6
How do you paint a wood floor?
How are these floors holding up? Or how do painted floors hold up in general?
entire floor with 2 coats of finish.
Painting a wood floor can be a less expensive alternative to refinishing your floors. What's
What's great about painting wood flooring is that it works just as well for modern homes as it does for traditional homes. It's a pretty simple process that just takes a little time and some patience. 1. First, make sure you sand the floors down with either a floor sander or a hand sander. Remove the
approach would be to apply a wash coat of finish after the floor has been sanded to at least 100grit. The wash coat is 20% dilution of the finish. I use a waterborne poly finish by BONA called Mega. To create the diamonds mask off the floor with frog tape making sure to really seal the edges. To get
“Tree trunks” — jwood87
Northern Virginia Design Firm
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The Woods Company
11 Reviews
Antique Reclaimed Distressed Oak
Ideabooks1,502
Questions2
Antique Reclaimed Distressed Oak flooring is a magnificent choice for any setting. Whether you are going traditional, rustic or modern this floor doesn’t just blend in it sets the tone for all. Rich in character and patina from over 100 plus years of exposure this floor has a color that cannot be imitated
imitated. You will see knots, crack and check as well as original saw kerf throughout the face of this floor. It has the appropriate hardness to satisfy even the busiest home. Get in touch for your free samples.
where in miami can I find wooden imitation floors?
tonal - reclaimed distressed oak flooring
This type of floor would look great in the attic.
“Flooring” — Bella Vivente interiors
Uniquities Architectural Antiques & Salvage
Antique Wood Flooring
Ideabooks3,100
Questions2
Beautiful antique wood flooring. Adds character to any room!
I love the look of the floor in this picture. It seems so old and unique, like it has really aged a lot. I have really been wanting to redo my floor in my family room and something like this would be beautiful. I have been looking into flooring calgary for some help and information.
Please tell me where to find hardwood floors like the one in your phot
Love the flooring, fireplace, and layout.
I like the floors and ceiling.
Like how the rich floors contrast with the white walls and trim
“Floor” — habsfan100
Allen Companies
Silverleaf - Scottsdale - Arizona
Ideabooks3,719
Questions5
has the original floor tile
What type of flooring is that?
home, we offer a product that would be comparable to the floor in the photo. I have attached an image and here is our website. ...
Kbarigian, although we didn't do that specific home, we offer a product that would be comparable to the floor in the photo. I have attached an image and here is our website
I didn't supply the material for this job, but I can tell you the floor is "dirty top reclaimed pine". It is a beautiful wood, and a great job by this builder
I didn't supply the material for this job, but I can tell you the floor is "dirty top reclaimed pine". It is a beautiful wood, and a great
“like the wood floors” — marisolislas
Cunningham Welsh Architects LLC
Georgetown Renovation
Ideabooks4,269
Questions6
Very nice design......please tell me about the floor - wood, stain, finish. Thank you!
What type of flooring is this? What kind of wood? Was a subfloor used?
What is the name of the wood floor and where to purchase it?
A site finished White Oak floor in Rift & Quarter sawn with a custom stain. Likely a mix of Jacobean or Dark Walnut 2716. Hope that helps :-)
I don't but I would call it a Walnut stain. Your flooring person should be able to mix something up and put it on a sample board for you before you proceed
contractors. Houzzers (including me!) have asked since early 2013. The architect may not been part of the floor finish final decisions…That may be why we don't have that info.
It looks like an Oak floor with a darker jacobean style stain. Likely custom made for the client on site.
“Floor color” — Christina Roberson
Statkus Architecture Pty Ltd
4 Reviews
Northcote Studio
Ideabooks1,221
Questions5
What kind of flooring is this?
how do you do the floor without seeing seams?
I love this idea, and we are considering a similar floor. How thick were the boards so that you could
What is the floor please? Noisy/cold/expensive?
The floor has held up well over time in this project. There are no wet areas such as bathrooms, kitchen or laundry adjacent or near this floor and I would not suggest this. The floor is sealed in the same way a solid timber floor would be sealed which protects the floor but is susceptible
appropriate for floors (rather than furniture) and details on how to apply. Whichever product you use, it'll most likely need a few coats with sanding in between to get a decent finish. Good luck.
“OSB Floor!” — mzkos
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