137 Water based finished cork flooring Contemporary Bathroom Design Photos

Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Westlake Residence
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privacy from surrounding properties 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.
natural walls as accent and darker cork floors
No freestanding tub for me, a cleaning nightmare--too many places for dirt and water to collect. No dark woodwork either.
color of cork and tile size
is a 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
“I like the textured, rough, tile wainscoting and cork floor.” — kathharr12
Jonathan Schloss / Architect
Sunshine Canyon House
Ideabooks1,104
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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?
The floor is shadow slate from Vermont from Camara Slate. It has a natural cleft finish which is great for bathrooms.
The tile is called Glacier Glass by Stone Source. It is available in many sizes and colors. This particular tile is 4" x 12" Water Green tile in satin finish.
Stone Source. It is available in many sizes and colors. This particular tile is 4" x 12" Water Green tile in satin finish.
“gymnasium look” — Traci Nally
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Westlake Residence
Ideabooks1,045
Questions3
privacy from surrounding properties 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?
Gary Raesz Custom Floors here in Austin did the tile in this home
Tile floor molding with wood wrap
“very clean line” — betiweber
BARRETT STUDIO architects
4 Reviews
Creekside Courtyard
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Questions4
Is the floor concrete or cork? and more
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
interesting tub, and look, cork floors! Designer said they must seal the cork floor to prevent swelling.
chest not on floor and tub
love the console (doesn't go all the way to the floor), and tub!
“the wood paired with the complex hued dark blue rug and open space” — ymind26
Monica Ewing
Wine cork bath mat
Ideabooks7,250
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Just curious if you worry about water and hair or just plain dirt collecting?
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
And don't try sealing it with anything. Seriously. http://www.craftynest.com/2010/03/sealing-wine-corks-test/
“Cool” — Luci Fernandez
modern house architects
4 Reviews
Master Bath
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Questions36
Obviously underneath the teak is a shower pan or a slope towards the drain. Is the whole bathroom floor is covered by a membrane of some sort? I the rest of the floor raised?
How is water prevented from damaging the window? Is the window
The wood bench with the towels has some product to protect from water?
What wood is used for the shower floor?
what is the color/make of the floor tile?
What is the tile on the floor of this bathroom? What color
what kind of wood was installed @ the shower area? How does the water drained away? Need to remove the wood for cleanup after a period of time?
recessed tiled floor with a drain below. Teak is a good wood for this sort of design, it's an oily wood that handles wet places better than most, but will still need to be cared for.
“Open shower” — Derrick Thomas
Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard
16 Reviews
Small Space Bathroom
Ideabooks210K
Questions86
How do you turn on water without getting wet?
Are the tiles on the floor the same as on the wall?
This is really going to help me finish my bathroom.
Can I combine bamboo floor colors
Partial glass enclosure ... Water spills?
! For those interested in a tub/shower glass screen which swings in and out, try Ark. They are based on european styles and are great value. It allows you to open the screen to lean in and turn the water on. I have one and its great.
This is a beautiful arrangement, and I would love to have something similar in my space, but I am wondering, how do you keep water from spilling out all over the floor when you use either the shower head or the hand held spray?
door does swing out for entry and access to water and cleaning and bathing kids etc. I didn't put a knob or handle on because I like the clean look. a knob can be added later after installation if you choose not to do it initially. Some water does get on the floor but its not substantial. It is a little
“bathroom” — sidaranyphillips
Capital Building
3 Reviews
SOUTH COOGEE - House
Ideabooks32,419
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bathroom floor. Can you tell me what brand and who makres this ti
How is the wood sealed to withstand exposure to water. Does the cut surface under the sink for pipe access degrade with water drippings
Hi we used water based stain and a water based clear finish on top to seal it. It has been 1 year of constant use and cleaning and it is in as new condition still. The bench is big enough not to have water spill over and with a Capital Building project you don't
We used a water based combined stain and varnish and we mixed 2 colours to get the tone we wanted. We were very happy with the result!
This is a floor tile :)
Is this specifically a wall tile? Or is it a floor tile affixed to the wall? Thanks!
“Great wallpaper effect” — ricstac
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