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Design For Less
30 Reviews
Mosaic Cork Flooring Tiles
Mosaic Cork Flooring Tiles are a versatile, extremely durable, environmentally friendly material made from 100% post-industrial, granulated, and pressed
distinctive tile. Whether it’s commercial or residential, wet or dry, floors or walls, cork mosaic tiles are the do anything and always look stunning tile choice
pressed cork by product from the Portuguese wine cork industry. These distinctive 1 inch cork disks ( think of 1/4” cut wine stoppers) are then affixed to 12×24
applications by adding water based polyurethane to the final installation. Cork is a natural thermal insulator with great acoustic properties which are just
“restaurants” — Sudhir Goyal
Mid-Century Ranch Bathroom Remodel
classic 1960 Ranch house. This custom designed bathroom remodel included cork flooring, a vintage dresser converted into a vanity cabinet, custom framed mirror
Yes, this flooring is natural cork in 12" x 12" glue-down tiles. It is naturally water resistant and treated with a sealer for added protection in the
Like the floor. Too much of the same tone, though.
“Separated toilet are from sink” — mtngoddess
About:Space, LLC
3 Reviews
Modern Coastal
what is the name or type of wood for the flooring?
right now. I love the stain you used. We just sent an 8" wide plank Walnut floor to another Houzz user. They left it natural and used a satin poly finish
book or catalog because there isn’t good reading light? Rearrange table and floor lamps, or steal some from another room to use in here. When it comes to table
“Sofa and chairs style” — jmsabol14
Pelletier + Schaar
5 Reviews
Kitchen island in a great room
Maple cabinets and cork flooring accented by honed black granite counters and an island with a complimentary granite counter top create this serene kitchen
cork floor...cork w/ red...Cleopatra cork floor...contrasting floor to cabinets
“cork floor” — Lisa Rea
Lowe's of Brewer, Maine
2 Reviews
Kitchen Retreat
The flooring chosen for this project is a US Floors cork floor to add detail and interest while providing a quiet, soft and warm touch underfoot, even
cork floor adjacent to wood floor
See...cork floors don't have to look like
Using cork where it counts...like cork
“Using cork where it counts” — willyandfrilly
dean alan architects pllc
View of Kitchen
Cork floor, side wall part, shaker cabinet style
Lighter floors with medium cabinets. Cork transitions into darker wood floor.
tile to cork...Light cork floor...2 floors
“tile to cork” — larrynomar
Denise Mitchell Interiors
5 Reviews
Perfect Panabode
What types of flooring are used here please
I am interested in what types of flooring are used here please
because tile is much stronger than cork and in the kitchen for the same reason - but also to break up the expanses of cork with some tile features. Good luck
do the insets in tile for any particular reason (we're debating on putting cork down in our kitchen at the moment), they look very attractive, but wondered
Clean light colored cork floor. Matches almost anything
“Floor” — cnfuru
Jelinek Cork Group
1 Review
Jelinek Cork Flooring
Solid cork flooring by Jelinek Cork. The homeowner replaced carpet in their study with cork. The cork provides a warm, comfortable floor. It blends beautifully
beautifully with the hardwood in the adjoining room. Cork is a natural, sustainable floor - a great alternative to carpet. Pattern: Harmony (glue down).
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