511,514 cork floor Home Design Photos

Project Partners Design
6 Reviews
Dark and Light Kitchen
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light cork floor is both environmentally-friendly, soft under foot and reflects the wall cabinets beautifully. Brookhaven cabinetry by Wood-Mode, Sausalito, Natural on maple for uppers and talls, Matte Bistro on cherry for bases; Grohe faucets; Thermador cooktop, oven, and dishwasher; Viking refrigerator;
Creme' cork flooring; Purple Dunes countertop; Tech Lighting 'Mo-kai' pendant; Virginia Tile backsplash; Laura Ashley Home 'Navy 5' wall paint Photo by: Theresa M Sterbis
those cork floors? I love them. Can yu tell me the color?
of the cork. I have recently spoken with client as well and they still love everything about this kitchen including the floor. Install and treat the cork floor properly from the start and it will serve you for a very long time.
“Love the color.” — suzabelledesigns
Panache Interiors
3 Reviews
Symphony Showhouse
Ideabooks1,803
Questions6
about this flooring. Is it cork?
Can cork floors be installed in area that get high humidity?
Want to instal in my cottage, but our spring is very damp. Would these floors need to be nailed or glued? Is it a floating floor?
used APC Cork Aphrodite Brown. Each manufacturer has their own installation recommendations.
Looks like cork to me...many color & pattern options.
Cork or bamboo floors for Eco concerns
Pros of cork. Cork's antistatic surface
cork floors contrasted with shiny accents and pastel colors
ions. Cork is a 100 percent natural material that is obtained through an environmentally friendly harvesting process. Cork trees are not cut down to harvest the cork — instead, the bark is harvested by hand every nine years. Cork trees can live up to 300 years, which means they can be harvested about
“cork floor” — Spare Mom
emm2281
open shelves white kitchen
Ideabooks1,170
Questions2
Can you please tell me what brand of cork this is ?
brand of cork is this? Where can I buy it in the Seattle Area?
See ideas here that haven't yet occured to you. http://www.corkfloor.com/ Plus, you'll find your rectangular cork tiles. Good luck!
Cork Floor in Chevron or Herringbone pattern!
cork floor for patio room and breezeway floor---non slip and soft
“I love the idea of an unusual material installed in a unique pattern.” — melali2
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Craftsman Kitchen
Ideabooks1,391
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Can cork flooring be used throughout a house or is it too soft for entrance ways? I heard that high heels could damage cork flooring, is that correct?
Who is the manufacturer of that cork floor?
not my cork floor, would be Forna's "Salami". As a glue down tile, it sells for $1.78/sf and as a floating floor (click-together floor) it sells for $2.97/sf. The second photo (again, not my flooring) would be named "Black Beach" in Forna's library of cork. Black Beach glue down tile = $1.69/sf or
floating floor = $2.79/sf. The third photo (again, not my floor) would be a version of Forna's "Taupe Leather". So far, it only comes in a floating floor = $3.89/sf You can find all of these floors (or Forna's versions of them) at: USA = www.icorkfloor.com Canada = www.corkfloorsales.com I hope this
“flooring” — Jessica
Giulietti Schouten Architects
14 Reviews
Living and Fireplace
Ideabooks1,769
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s the cork floor planked or squares? What pattern is the cork flooring? Interested in knowing the color & pattern of the cork.
Can you please tell me about the floor? Material, color, manufacturer? Thank you!
This is a plank cork floor product. by Expanko. It is their Vallares system, 12"x36"x1/2" t&g planks. It comes with a 4 coat factory finish. The pattern is Castello.
Floor This is a plank cork floor product. by Expanko. It is their Vallares system, 12"x36"x1/2" t
fireplace surround and shelving -- with cork floors. Needs an area rug
“Expanko/castello - 12" x 36" planks” — suzabelledesigns
Burton Architecture
7 Reviews
Caroline Street Residence
Ideabooks1,008
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What is the pattern & mfg. of the floor? Floating?
of the cork flooring to the old oak floors in the dining room. Looks just like my 100 year old house in SF.
The cork floors in the Kitchen are by Expanko and I can't remember the pattern. They are 12x12 tiles adhered to the floor (not floating). The wood floors beyond are 100 year old 5/16 oak floors
floors with walnut accent strips in the border.
a sub flooring or all by itself, its hypo allergenic, therefore good for families. Cons: Can be expensive, can easily be damaged by heavy objects, high heels, pets, etc... Can be easily damaged by moisture or spills, it also tends to discolor if located in direct sunlight for long periods of the day
“cork floors” — roisin100
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
Markham Street Bathroom
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Herringbone cork floor in a bathroom. Cork is cheap, waterproof and last
I like the cork floor. Could work in bathrooms or in new master bed
love the angular design of the floor with the crisp white hard surfaces.
Cork flooring in herringbone pattern- Donna
Beautiful cork floor. Love the pattern.
like this photo but website also has good info on cork in bathroom
comfort, cork can be installed as a click-together floating floor or as glue-down tiles. Both types are available in a variety of colors and patterns. AJ Minite of Siena Flooring Designs loves using cork in the bathroom. "For bathroom installations either click system or glue-down cork flooring is acceptable
"Our cork comes prefinished with three coats of water-based polyurethane, but for bathrooms we'd recommend adding two more coats after installation and a bead of silicone around the perimeter to keep out excess water."Cost: Cork flooring ranges in price from $3 to $12 per square foot on average. While
“cork pros cheap easy to install cons not very durable used in bathrooms not very popular” — lauerd123
Home Completions
1 Review
Valley Ridge Basement 1
Ideabooks4,791
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What is the floor material? Looks like hardwood but I've also seen Turkish tile with a similar look...
Is cork softer? I love the look but I have three large dogs
How are the floors holding up? (scratches, dents, etc) Love the dark color, but does it show tons of dust?
cork floor - LOVE THIS ONE
My colors plus dark cork floor
“cork flooring” — raniandamar
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