2,443 cork flooring bathroom co Bathroom Design Photos

Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Westlake Residence
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
Have the wall cork tiles been sealed and if so with what, and how do you clean them?
The flooring is from Gary Raesz Custom Floors.
nice bathroom. Has cork flooring too.
cork floor in a tile-like pattern
stone wainscoting flush with tile shower same color as bthrm tile floor
Glass to the floor, very cool
color of cork and tile size
“Layout of tub, shower, towel racks.” — vcuratolo
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
Markham Street Bathroom
Master bathroom door.....frosted glass in panels to match the rest of the doors
Wall color, cork floors, light tile.
Cork floor toilet door
herringbone cork floor
bathroom wall color?
Glass in bathroom entry
herringbone cork pattern looks cool
Bathroom tub and sink
Herringbone cork floors
Light green bathroom
Cork floor herringbone
cork herringbone pattern
Markham Street Bathroom
herringbone cork...Bathroom door...Cork floor Door...Cork floor...Cork flooring...Green bathroom...Bathroom color...Herring bone cork...glass bathroom door...white bathroom door...herringbone floor
“The door” — cathyhanbysikora
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
Markham Street Bathroom
Herringbone cork floor in a bathroom. Cork is cheap, waterproof and last
Color of cork floors w mint walls
cork, easy to install, hard to keep clean, bathroom, not common
Cork flooring is becoming a popular choice for bathroom floors. It's a soft alternative to tile and is durable after coating.
comfort, cork can be installed as a click-together floating floor or as glue-down tiles. Both types are available in a variety of colors and patterns. AJ Minite of Siena Flooring Designs loves using cork in the bathroom. "For bathroom installations either click system or glue-down cork flooring is acceptable
acceptable," Minite says. "Our cork comes prefinished with three coats of water-based polyurethane, but for bathrooms we'd recommend adding two more coats after installation and a bead of silicone around the perimeter to keep out excess water."Cost: Cork flooring ranges in price from $3 to $12 per square
“Cork for kitchen floor” — Laura Collins
Jonathan Schloss / Architect
Sunshine Canyon House
Glass volumes and finishes blur the boundary between the indoor and outdoor spaces including the Master Bathroom where one may bathe while immersed in the front grove of trees. Jonathan Schloss Architect
Love the textured look of the floor tile! Could you please tell me what it is (porcelain?), the name (pattern) & manufacturer?
love this bathroom design! The glass tile is the perfect accent! http://www.houzz.com/photos/8358239/Surf-Glass-4--x-12--Subway-Tile-modern-tile-
The floor is shadow slate from Vermont from Camara Slate. It has a natural cleft finish which is great for bathrooms.
the flooring, Vermont, Shadow Slate from Cascara Slate
glass divider, floor, glass tile on
experimenting with cork furniture, since the materials is so lightweight, and furniture made from it is easy to move around. Cork is buoyant, which is why sailors often tie their keys to a cork ball — the keys won't sink.More: Cork Flooring: Warm Up to a Natural Wonder | Photos of cork in design
“gymnasium look” — Traci Nally
Cheryl D & Company
11 Reviews
B Bathroom
Is thia an engineered wood floor? If so what maunfacturer? Looks wonderful!
It is an Oak wood floor with a custom stain on it.
What is your wall color? Who makes the flooring, do you know the style and color?
Benjamin Moore - Cork
Moore Ben Paint, Cork
Paint Benjamin Moore - Cork
Cork - Benjamin Moore
Bathroom back splash
I like color of floors
Like bathroom cabnet
Perfect small bathroom with style
Wall color. Benjamin Moore cork
B Bathroom...Wood Floor...bathroom mirror...wood flooring...Floor coloe...oak floors...Bm - cork...bathroom color...Sink and floor...Floors are great...Vanity, floor...like bathroom
“Paint color” — Kristin Rappaport
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Westlake Residence
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
“very clean line” — betiweber
4 Reviews
Creekside Courtyard
Is the floor concrete or cork? and more
even southwestern. We paired it with the Chevoit tub filler in brushed nickel to compliment this bathroom's light fixtures & cabinet pulls. http://www.cheviotproducts.com/bathroom-faucets--fixtures/bathroom-faucets/bath-faucets/contemporary-tub-faucet-with-hand-shower--free-standing-water-supply-lines
Hi Maggie, the contractor is in right now leveling the floor, and preparing for new stud work, then plumbing rough in. We are going with the 6x6 western red cedar. Do you thin it is advisable to put adhesive between the supports and the tile floor? i'll keep you posted, and send you a photo of the bath
for your footless tub? It seems either would work - especially if you have a good sealer between the tub and the support, and the support and the floor. Curious how your project turned out! Cheers, Maggie
“the wood paired with the complex hued dark blue rug and open space” — ymind26
Monica Ewing
Wine cork bath mat
What a great use of old wine corks! How did you do this. I have been collecting for a long time and would love to do this.
Where can I buy these? Is there an instructional way to put these corks together or are they just glued? Thank you in advance!
Aha! Well, go to your flooring retailer and buy some of the product they use for sealing cork floors. Then give your finished mat several coats of it, and reapply in the future every once in a while to keep the water and dirt from being absorbed into the cork. What creative people you two are
would recommend NOT seal the wine cork mat. Please see this post: http://www.craftynest.com/2010/03/sealing-wine-corks-test/ That should answer your question. As for hair or dirt, use a vacuum attachment to vacuum it off every once in a while.
“Cool” — Luci Fernandez
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