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This color is Sherwin Williams SW 7539 Cork Wedge.
Wall color, floors and iron bed/
color is Sherwin Williams SW 7539 Cork Wedge.
Sherwin Williams Cork Wedge paint
Sherwinn Williams Cork Wedge
cork wedge paint color
Cork wedge...main floor color?...Cork Wedge by SW...sw cork wedge walls...Sw cork wedge...sw 7539 cork wedge
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We are a small architectural firm specializing in residential projects of all sizes. We involve the client throughout the design & building process to ensure they understand their home as it evolves.
and streets, as well as to focus all of the entertaining to the center of the home. Finished in late 2006, the home features Icynene insulation, cork floors and thermal chimneys to exit warm air in the expansive family room. Photography by Allison Cartwright
I love the floor. can you tell me what tiles you used? Or is that cork?
I love the bathroom sinks. Who makes them?
Gary Raesz Custom Floors here in Austin did the tile in this home
Same as other bathroom. We could do this
Tile floor molding with wood wrap
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Kaplan Wright House LA
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
Caroline Street Residence
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
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Jackson Basement Remodel
Where did you get the cork board wall covering?
I like this desk idea! As for the cork, I don't know where this particular cork board wall covering is from but http://www.corkstore.com/Products/Wall-and-Ceiling-Coverings has lots of options in terms of cork for walls.
basement Need concrete or tial floors Sink ? Desk, built ins
Love the idea of a craft area and built in shelves and large desk or table with big bulletin cork board above
Built in desk with cork board and shelves
Like desk area with cork board
Craft room counter and cork board wall
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Photography: Augie Salbosa Kitchen remodel Sub-Zero / Wolf appliances Butcher countertop Studio Becker Cabinetry Cork flooring Ice Stone countertop Glass backsplash
Can you tell be what the flooring is? Thanks
This is Wicanders Cork Harmony.http://www.wicanders.com/en/collections/corkcomfort/the-collection/Originals-Harmony/526/
cork floor with white & wood details
cork floor with a wood countertop
color, shape of cork "tiles" could
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How did you secure the cork to the wall & how thick is the cork? Thx
Where did you find the roll of cork that thick? All the rolls I have f
Where did you find the roll of cork that thick? All the rolls I have found are 1/8" thick.
source but there are many other companies online. https://shop.mantoncork.com/3-8th-inch-thick-natural-cork-rolls/?gclid=CKWuzsnYgLsCFeJF7Aodn24AGA
We used glue to attach the cork to the wall. The cork is about 3/8" thick.
small area on main floor with a built in desk
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 = www.icorkfloor.com Canada = www.corkfloorsales