5,807 cork flooring adhesive Home Design Photos

Jonathan Schloss / Architect
Sunshine Canyon House
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Love the textured look of the floor tile! Could you please tell me what it is (porcelain?), the name (pattern) & manufacturer?
The floor is shadow slate from Vermont from Camara Slate. It has a natural cleft finish which is great for bathrooms.
I like the offset tile on the floor. The diagonal is perfect.
cork floor. maybe for mud room
Nice color calm subway tiles floor to ceiling
The cork stool is lightweight and water resistant.
experimenting with cork furniture, since the materials is so lightweight, and furniture made from it is easy to move around. Cork is buoyant, which is why sailors often tie their keys to a cork ball — the keys won't sink.More: Cork Flooring: Warm Up to a Natural Wonder | Photos of cork in design
“seafoam green tiles” — katsal21
Board and Vellum
20 Reviews
Guest Bedroom
Ideabooks1,157
Questions4
Could you tell me what type of flooring was used here? Cork? Thanks!
the floor is a cork floor from a local discount shop
Egress window. Flooring. Simple with good colors.
like the cork floor for basement
flooring, basement bedroom
nice conforming window, cork floors
authentic cork floor.
Bedroom, authentic cork floor.
Cork floor...cork floor
“Wall color” — fatma2030
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
Markham Street Bathroom
Ideabooks905
Questions2
Cork floor, kitchen or powder mud room??
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
acceptable," Minite says. "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
“Cork” — alinar357
Residential Builders
Craftsman Kitchen
Ideabooks1,480
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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?
photo, though it is 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
tile = $1.69/sf or a 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 = ... Canada = ... I hope this helps.
“Floor” — ktolton
Burton Architecture
7 Reviews
Caroline Street Residence
Ideabooks1,078
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What are the pros and cons of cork flooring?
What is the pattern & mfg. of the floor? Floating?
the transition 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
year old 5/16 oak floors with walnut accent strips in the border.
tile - since it has give, it can be used as 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
“Bookcases and cabinets below” — Anna Gordon
Balodemas Architects
5 Reviews
Bethesda Mid-Century Addition/Renovation
Ideabooks527
Questions2
LOVE floor and center bar...also idea for columns
Love cork flooring and island with large dining table on outside
Island & cork flooring
cork, bamboo counter, grey cabinets.
ceilings, flooring, table-chairs, openness
Cork Flooring...Cork, blue cabinets...Cork floor...cork floor?...cork floor
“stool” — parrotpt
CCI Renovations
8 Reviews
Canterbury
Ideabooks2,181
Questions2
Very neat floor, what is it?
This is a pre-finished Cork "tile".
cork flooring and lime green walls with lots of mirrors. Nice
bench, posters, tv on wall, not much natural light. Could use another color? Look at floor tiles.
Gym, Cork flooring is an amazing choice for a home gym.
Floor to ceiling mirrors. Lighting
cork flooring, color of it
Cool flooring...Cork gym floor...Flooring cork...Cork flooring is an...Cork flooring...paint and floor...cork tile flooring?...cork floors...cork floor
“cork flooring and lime green walls with lots of mirrors. Nice” — lorrainesalter
David Churchill - Architectural Photographer
Kaplan Wright House LA
Ideabooks1,205
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Who is the manufacturer of the cork floors?
Is that a cork floor?
Floors - concrete? or cork?
Thanks -- it came up when I searched "cork floor" so I was a bit confused -- I thought it looked like a stone as well! Thanks again!
Cork floor looks like polished concrete
Cork floors that look like blue concrete
Cork flooring that looks like concrete
Cork floor that looks
slate floors, glass railing
Cork floors...cork flooring..."concrete" floor...Cork flooring....gray cork tiles...grey cork?...open floor plan...wood flooring...concrete flooring
“Glass Balustrade” — barkero2
Painting cork flooring
I have started putting together my bathroom (on a very tight budget). The last part of the puzzle is the floor, which is going to be self-adhesive pre-sealed...
cork flooring
I'm not sure where to post this, but what are your thoughts on cork flooring in a basement kitchen, and how to install it? Thanks.
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