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HomeTech Renovations, Inc.
6 Reviews
Contemporary Eclectic Master Bath Remodel: Dresher, PA
Ideabooks839
Questions4
Floor - what is the floor material, color and brand? Thanks
Flooring, cabinets and counter for master
Flooring and counter
bathroom floor tiles? alternate color
floors are dramatic but restful
Porcelain tile floor
Master bath floor tile
Bathroom floor tiles
Sandy looking wood flooring.
porcelain floors with mahogany cabinets
Floors and wall colour
Tiled floor...floor tiles...floor tile...Bath flooring...Bath floor earth...Colors and floor...bathroom floor tile...like the floor...limestone floor
“Floor” — yashbridgmohan
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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Donald Lococo Architects
8 Reviews
American Farmhouse
Ideabooks3,373
Questions2
Love the scraped, worn look of this flooring. What kind/finish is the floor?
Here is another floor we did that was neither scraped or rough cut was of similar but is similar in color and plank width. in a project we featured in our profile called American Foursquare: http://www.houzz.com/photos/7441991/American-Revival-traditional-entry-dc-metro
the scraped floor mentioned above http://www.houzz.com/photos/7441679/American-Tudor-traditional-living-room-dc-metro
love the floors and beams together, good coloring and the bright walls.
Beams, floors- not a fan of the stair rail
open up entry to second floor?
“love all elements” — tiffanyrhorne
StruXture Photography
Photography
Ideabooks3,671
Questions6
We have pine window trim and ceilings and Oak on the floor. Thank you
Does anyone know what the floor is? In particular, the color?
What are the floors? Slate?
depending on the exposure of the room, the stone floor and the abundant glazing,I would suspect that overheating could be a problem.
stone floor wood and windows
Love the stone floor
Floor and high ceiling
Uneven pattern slate floor
flagstone floor...Porch flooring...Floor for porch...Porch floor...Stone floor...Floor walls...i like the floor...Love the floor
“Porch floor” — cboyzuick
JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
23 Reviews
Lake Conroe Spanish
Ideabooks10,408
Questions6
I love the floors - where did you get this tile?
used in combination with the fleur de lis saltillo. One of our most popular mexican tile patterns! Thanks for the comment pldon! Glad you like your floor!!
Continuous tile floor with no doors between tub and shower
3. Flooring. Tiled floors dominated the classic Mediterranean home, appreciated for their low maintenance, durability and cool temperature. Terra cotta was most commonly used, although limestone and marble were used occasionally in more high-end homes. Hand-painted tiles added color as field or border
“Entryway tile!” — alesiadawn
Domiteaux + Baggett Architects, PLLC
4 Reviews
Princeton House
Ideabooks1,264
Questions3
what is the floor made of?
i don't really know the cost or the amount i'm willing to spend on the floor quite yet. my appliance choice (already selected) is thermador...and that took up quite a bit of my budget. i still need to consider the counter, cabinets
Do you have an approximate cost on the floor? I'd love to use marmoleum in my upcoming kitchen reno.
replace porcelain tile with linoleum flooring, Marmoleum
Linoleum tile. A simple black and white check provides a relaxed, country feel in this otherwise more traditional green kitchen. The flooring is an ecofriendly product called Marmoleum — a natural linoleum product that is available in sheets, tiles and click planks for easy installation. It is extremely
“Colours” — lynclack
d'apostrophe design, inc.
Kitchen
Ideabooks2,080
Questions2
Hi what floor stain is this? Name and brand please.
White Kitchen w/ dark brown wood floor
dark floors show dirt too easily
dark floor, white room but room is too white. glaring.
Contrast b/w floors and white cabinets, island
dark floor but more red for Peter
No to the dark floors? I can see white marks!
White kitchen with dark floors
dark floor with white cou
Floor stain?...Great floor....Floor + white...Floor colour...Floor and kitchen...Flooring color...Timber floors...wood floor
“Plancher” — Catherine Sanschagrin
RisherMartin Fine Homes
5 Reviews
Travis Heights Shotgun
Ideabooks9,415
Questions7
you tell me what type of tile the black liner is on the floor, and where you got it? we want to do something similar and were told to use glass tiles...which are expensive and i would think breakable
What color of grout did you use on the floor? Nice work, I love the classic lines.
what is the grout color on the floor?
Hex Tile Floor with border and wainscot
Good colors on floor, wall and wainscot
love tile on floor also. guest bath?
In the master bath, these details include a two-paneled door (used throughout the house), beadboard wainscoting, glass doorknobs, an octagonal-tile floor and a claw-foot tub.
“floor tiles with border” — terric69
Christiano Homes, Inc.
7 Reviews
Dover Shores Remodel
Ideabooks586
Questions4
What type of wood is used on the floors? Width? Stain?
Hi! A lot of people are questioning the color of the floors and I am sorry to do it again. But the alabaster is really light
has a whitewash to it. I keep looking at these pictures and can't see it. Could it possibly be Fallen Timber or Desert Haze? I am looking at this flooring for my house and am desperately trying to find pictures of Fallen Timber to see if I like it. Thanks for your help.
Hi Rory. I know that the floor in the photos does not look like the Aged Alabaster, but it is. For whatever reason it just showed up differently on camera. In person it has sort
in the photos, but it has more dark knots in it and the planks have more color variation. It's a bit more rustic feeling and a bit darker than the floor appears in the photo above. We had it in our previous home and really liked it. It's warm, but not too dark. And it's super durable. With three
“aged alabaster.. grey tone” — Jim Piccirillo
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