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What is the flooring material please - is it tile? wood? stained concrete!!!
The floor is an engineered wood product from Armstrong flooring. The color is espresso.
a counterpoint to the added clean lines. Maple molding and trimwork also create connections between the spaces. While engineered wood covers most of the basement floor, carpet is used in the theater room and office, since the floors tend to get cold in the Minnesota climate.
continue in this hallway as a counterpoint to the added clean lines. Maple molding and trimwork also create connections between the spaces.While engineered wood covers most of the basement floor, carpet is used in the theater room and office, since the floors tend to get cold in the Minnesota climate.
Synergy Design & Construction
Ashburn Transitional Basement - Pool Area
5" Turlington Plank, Engineered (floating) Cherry-Red
Are these real hard wood? What color, please. Beautiful.
Thanks for the question! The hardwood installed here was a prefinished engineered hardwood. The product is called "Turlington" (oak wood, 5" plank), by Armstrong, and the finish color is "Cherry." -Emily
created with a 1x4 piece of wood with a "hooked ogee" base cap on top, so it's actually closer to 5 1/4". You can also find mouldings at the hardware store with the flat base and the ogee cap attached to each other to form a 1-piece moulding: http://www.homedepot.com/p/American-Wood-Moulding-L163E-9-16-in
Hi and thanks for the question (and compliment). The flooring is a 5", Turlington Plank, Engineered (floating) Cherry-Red Oak.
Peregrine Design Build
Wondering if you would be able to shre any more information on the flooring. It looks like it's an engineered prefinished flooring, wondering if can share source information as I'm currently looking for flooringn.
type of wood is this flooring and was it stained?
I have a basement as well and love the look of this floor in both color and fit in a basement with a lower ceiling spot due to duct work, I assume. Is it real wood or an engineered
D: Interesting ceiling. Would not do wood or laminate in the basement.
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Maxey Hayse Design Studios, Inc
Franklin Lakes Residence
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Good, economical incorporation of wood paneling
GLASS DOOR AND MIRRORED WALL + RUG ON ENGINEERED WOOD
Like how the wood squares are placed with grain going different directions.
there's a flush wood door to the right of the cellar that's not shown in the picture.
Cabin wine wall using left over engineered wood planks from powder room project
wood or metal?...Wood end tables
Custom Homes, Kingsway
question. The answer is yes you can put wood flooring in your basement. The only detail is that it must be engineered flooring. That means its just like normal flooring except it has an engineered wood backer that it is attached to. You can have good quality engineered flooring installed just like regular
Agreed... you can use real hardwood in the basement. Most people use Laminate because of durability and of course price, but a good engineered floor would
think engineered floor is the choice
engineered. Might be too busy but worth a look
floor! A faux wood might be interesting
wood floor hue. Should the wood floor in the basement match the wood floors throughout
Spring Creek Design
wood trim and wood work adds accent
wood warms the space. cute cat nook
Metal pole + color combination of cabinets with dark wood
the contrasting wood