15 cork glue down tile Basement Design Photos

New Construction - Saint LouisKristin Petro Interiors, Inc.
Was this cork floor installed over radiant heat? If so, is it glue down or floating ?
What brand is the cork floor?
maintenance/care problems with cork floors? Does furniture movement damage the surface?
Are most cork floors pre-sealed with polyurethane? Is it desirable? Is this what gives the cork in this photo the sheen it has
I believe the wall color is Monroe Bisque (Benjamin Moore). The backsplash is the penny round tile from The Tile Shop.
What is the mfgr. and pattern name of cork floor?
replaced. So I do recommend sealing your cork floors after installation.
Cork maintenance is similar to hardwood. It should be cleaned the same way. With heavy furniture, you will see dents in the floor when furniture sits for a long time, however, cork has a certain amount of resilience, so eventually
Are these tiles stacked without spacers? or is there a grout line?
you to fasten pieces of wood with butt joints that are very strong. The screws ued are inserted on an angle and are tight enough that they don't need glue.Busy Bee Tools.com in Canada will have this jig. Come to think of it the screws are Robertson (square Head) and so maybe mostly available in Canada
Hi Moondaria! Thank you for the inquiry. The flooring material is a porcelian floor tile 12” x 24” from Dal tile. Marketing@wentworthstudio.com Check out our new eBook, From House to Home: An Architect's Perspective on Remodeling (http://www.wen
The bulkhead down the middle of the space conceals a steel beam, ductwork, heating hot water pipes and some wires. But, on the whole, we did not conceal the wires. We
Transitional Toronto HomeDouglas Design Studio
Hi, the flooring is 16”x24” Pietra Piasentina matte finish tile. Hope that helps!
Love the wall of posted pictures! Cork??
Cool use of tile in the basement
Cute design for a basement where kids and their friends could go down and chill while their parents have fun up in the living room.
Tile and photo wall...tiled wall...Ceramic Tile
Memorabilia Sports BarVM Concept Interior Design Studio
would be easily hosed down, that’s probably impractical for most of us. Easily washed down, mopped surfaces will do the trick. Vinyl tile, linoleum and even hardwood are better options than carpet. One of my favorite flooring materials is cork as it’s easy to keep clean and the tiles are easily replaced
I really love the look of this cork floor, may I ask what style it is?
Thanks! Cork has different properties than hardwood so, if you were using it, you would want to be comfortable with that. It's softer and can not be refinished. It has to "float' so that it can expand and contract, so it isn't nailed to the subfloor. It's tricky to detail when it comes to stairs
Pull Down to cover up the mess
What if staircase came down in middle of basement and had space behind it...
very wide plank darker cork tiled floor
Basement idea stairs down from lounge
white doors."It's a floating floor, not fixed at the edges, which means it can expand and contract in case of moisture," Emerson describes. The floor is cork, which has the elegance of hardwood but is softer for play.
Tedder Basement RenovationOakWood Renovation Experts
As you are descending the stairs entering the basement space the first thing one notices is this white stone wall with down pointed spot lights accenting the ruggedness of the stone.
Is Cork flooring better then concrete?
For a basement, you would say cork is a better option?
LOVE the white stone tile wall at the bottom of the stairway...
down lightin on stone wall - example of using wall washing light to draw attention to certain area
Basement with TheaterBlue Line Building Co.
What paint did u use on the ceiling tiles or did they come that way? They look like they are from Armstrong.
You're right. There are 2 different tiles on the ceiling, main (recessed) and border (flat). When using the recessed tiles you can't cut them, they can only be used as full 2x2 pieces. What you need to do is figure the layout so you have an equal
going around the room and use a tile that is not recessed for the border. That way you can cut them to whatever size is needed and you won't have any gaps.
I just got the same tiles for our basement ceiling and my contractor ran into the problem of the surrounding tiles that were cut leaving a gap.
How did you handle this problem on this project? It looks like you have another type of tile?
Tedder Basement RenovationOakWood Renovation Experts
As you are descending the stairs entering the basement space the first thing one notices is this white stone wall with down pointed spot lights accenting the ruggedness of the stone.
Accent when coming down
cork flooring...Cork floor...Cork floors...Tiled wall...Cork flooring
Office with vintage doors used as cabinet doors, office table. Cork flooring also used on wall, roll-down garage door for security. Eco-friendly Basement renovation by Chad Cornette at Cantilever Studio
how did you apply the cork flooring to the wall? Love the idea.
I've also used contact cement with thicker 12x12 cork tiles, they go up very quickly. This cork is cork flooring, used on the wall, a little more difficult to pin things too.
Basement REMODELAndrea Sommers
wmpty. It's 650 sf and has wood paneling. We stripped the carpet. Should I paint the panels? If so, what color? What should we do on the floor? Carpet? Tile? HELP! This will be a playroom.
Remove the carpet and put down a porcelain tile that looks like dark wood. Paint the paneled wells and trim white or a neutral cream or tan. Then work on furniture placement and buy a new sectional sofa or have your current sofa reupholstered, if needed. Choose colors and patterns that you love and
About cork --I finally got our condo board to consider cork flooring by repeating "hospitals, schools, restaurants" to every question about its durability. I have had my cork kitchen floor for 25 years and it looks great. Easy to clean, hides spills and dirt! Needs cleaning
Maillot GrandviewA Collaborative Design Group
kicked into - these are installation terms for carpet and then has a transition trim to the tile and cork
does this carpet have sub-flooring underneath and what is used to hold down the carpet next to the tile?
Putting the kitchenette on the opposite wall in the basement might be a good idea, that way as you walk down the stairs, you could see the fireplace instead. Thinking about it.
glass window instead of wall at bottom of stairs that separate the stage area. opens up and not so dark and small coming down the stairs
Basement Remodel in West Chester, PATatcor.com Building and Remodeling
cherry stained Provincial), we used a beautiful walnut Castellian floor by Mullican. My friends at Miller Flooring - West Chester, PA recommended we glue the floor and it looks and feels great. For current finished basement project (walnut or mahogany wood), we are considering Shaw engineered flooring
bar w/ stone and down lighting
Tile bar face and add lights
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