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Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
Are the floors tile? What is the style name and where could I find them?
What product was used on the flooring beyond the kitchen?
This is truly one of the most amazing kitchens ever and I'm in love with it! However, one of the details that caught my eye is the flooring down the hallway. Are they painted and if so what did you use?
I love this one and was encouraged by your discussion of layering white tones. My thoughts are to use alpine white cabinets with 1x1 hex tile on floor with black border. I am using a Calacutta polished marble behind range/hood to ceiling. What countertop material would you suggest? Would ceaserstone
Here the same designer used some more fanciful touches, like that fabulous spherical pendant, the S-scroll door pull, the patterned floor and the details on the glass cabinet doors to add personality to a white slate.
Susan Teare, Professional Photographer
The floors are made of the most distressed grade of 3/4" antique heart pine and are finished with a Waterlox stain.
interior. Although the wood stove looks antique, it is actually new. The floor is reclaimed wood from a variety of species. The spiral staircase and blue kitchen cupboard are indeed architectural salvage. Who would have guessed?
The floors and staircase are reclaimed wood, and there is not a single inch
The new wood stove is centrally located, allowing heat to flow up to the loft bedrooms and warm up the open living space.The reclaimed wood flooring is a variety of species, and the spiral staircase and blue kitchen cupboard were picked up at Vermont Salvage. The old doors and tub were purchased at Mason
EXIT Interior Design Studio
unique oval table (maybe onyx) with wood legs
Love, love, love these silk panels puddling on the floor and the backlighting. They glow.
Like the floor boards
dark hardwood floors
Curtains dragging on floor
Floor boards...Dark floors...Timber flooring...floor lamps...wood flooring
Christopher Burton Homes, Inc.
Is the floor hardwood and what is the color/stain?
Flooring is hardwood and from Classic Wood Flooring in Melbourne, FL. Item #CWISP 1608 Thank you!
Thank you for contacting Christopher Burton Homes. All of our spaces are custom built and we use local cabinetry, stone, decor and flooring appliance vendors. We are
Luke the cabinet color with floors
Mark Brand Architecture
Art of Transition -Kitchen
Is the flooring in this divine kitchen slate or slate-look porcelain?
Hi Dana. The floor is a natural stone. I am not certain if it is slate. It was selected by my client. - Mark
and perfect reddish tone and modern unique grain... but with a totally different floor and backsplash and with a white counter. but I do like the extra thick counter on the island.
Chart cabinets, black counter, chrome pulls, light floor
Renée Gaddis Interiors
Moraya Bay Models-Naples, Florida
Love the floor. Can you please tell me what type of stone was used.
Please let me know the name and manufacturer of this gorgeous stone floor.
Lov the idea of asymetric rugs/floor treatment
Uniqueness, bands of light, elegant
Floor and niche traetment
floor and lights sconces interesting
Majeska front entry floor
Flooring, light fixtures
the floor cladding...Floor tiles...marble flooring...The floor design...beige floor...beige tile floor...black floor...black marble floor
Kitchens & Baths Unlimited
Barrington Hills Kitchen Renovation
Love the tile floors! Can you please tell me the material / brand / color?
The floors are Jerusalem stone with irregular edges in varying sizes.
black counters w oak cabs & light floor
like the floor and cabinets
floor and backsplash
Glass back splash and floor
floor tile color...stone flooring...tile flooring
Zinc Art + Interiors
Hi - beauiful and unique kitchen! Can you tell me the dimensions of the space from the eating counter to the back wall with windows/door? Thank you!
The floor is gorgeous, was it stained?
Love the stencils on the floor. Where can i get these?
made these stencils - Here is a response I gave that explains the process I used :) "I had bookmarked or pinned the stencils from a photo of another floor like this. I used Photoshop to cut/distort into a flat shape. Then scaled it up / had it printed at Fed Ex/Kinkos on their plotter and then traced onto
the rest! We used the same color as the walls for the stencils - Archival by C2 after the first two coats of Swedish finish had been applied to the floors and then another coat was applied after the stencils to give it the needed protection."