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Stout Birch hardwood flooring is surprisingly modest for its darker coloration, which can often dominate a space and serve as the focal point of a room. This is a more subtle wood floor, one that serves as a gentle backdrop with a matte prefinish and classic birch grain.
Graceful curves and sienna hues define this sample of our Cinnamon Birch wood flooring, which is simplistic in design and flawless in execution. This distinguished floor will prove that sometimes, less is more.
Choose Size: 36 in. W x 72 in. LWhether you choose it for bedroom, living room or dining room decor, the thin weave of this matchstick style roll-up blind will be a warm, welcoming addition to your design. It is constructed of bamboo and wood in a dark willow finish and is available in your choice...
Calacatta Marble 1"x3" pieces mounted on 12x12" sturdy mesh tile sheet with white grout 6 rows and 9 columns with 54 stones on each sheet. Quantity includes one 12x12" tile. Shipping is per order.
Perfect for hanging over a dining room table, this gorgeous Bamboo fixture has five glass pendants hanging in linear line on a universal canopy. Cables can be adjusted on site allowing you to arrange them perfectly for your project. Overall hanging heights range from 18" -64" with small glass,...
Perfect for hanging over a dining room table, this gorgeous Bamboo fixture has three glass pendants hanging in linear line on a universal canopy. Cables can be adjusted on site allowing you to arrange them perfectly for your project. Overall hanging heights range from 18" -64" with...
The fantastic aged gray on this oak flooring is really lovely. Going for that calm, timeless french country look? This would be a good choice for flooring.
My future plans include replacing the living room/dining room carpet that flows into the kitchen with hardwood floors — a trick for making a small kitchen appear bigger!
The way this oak takes the dark stain really makes a statement. Using dark wood floors in a home really grounds the rest of your design choices.
Dark Chocolate is a rich color tone that creates a warm and cozy atmosphere and highlights other elements of interior decor. It fits with just about any space, but works best in well-lit interiors, where lights brings out the full richness of color. Dark Chocolate creates a stylish, unique and...
We love flooring which veers away from the standard strip oak we see in so many American homes and look for material which actually says something. This antique French oak speaks of the generations which have already used it and will create a great base and sense of time in any home.
This photo doesn't do the flooring justice. It is spectacular, but with one small exception. I bought it because it had both dark- and light-stained boards, and I figured that it wouldn't be dated by choosing one finish over another. What I didn't count on was the flooring turning a wonky shade of...
Alternating bands of quarter and rift sawn Ash and Walnut make for an eye-catching wood floor. This floor was composed of pale Ash sapwood and dark Walnut heartwood. Hull Forest Products.
Rosewood is a tropical hardwood and its density has made it a popular choice to make string instruments. Once an endangered species, rosewood is now farmed in South America, Madagascar and Southeast Asia. Be sure any rosewood you buy has been sustainably grown and harvested and not cut from the...
Few hardwoods offer the beauty of walnut, the darkest native species in temperate climates. Though it's no where near as hard as its lighter-colored cousins, it's beauty makes up for it.
This open concept kitchen and dining area uses reclaimed wormy chestnut flooring provided by Reclaimed DesignWorks. There is no stain on the wood, the color is the natural patina of wormy chestnut.
We would love nothing more than to have this flooring in our home. Nothing says Parisien apartment to us more than this floor.
Brazilian Cherry is another tropical hardwood that's farmed and harvested sustainably. Despite its name, it's not related to North American cherry at all. It's another species all together, commonly called Jatoba in Brazil. It's a very resinous, very hard wood.
What a perfect way to give your wine cellar a level of detail that will impress any connoisseur. This beautiful flooring is produced from reclaimed wine barrels. This particular style displays authentic stamps and markings from the barrel heads.
If you're looking for flooring that fits that cabin chic style, then hardwood is definitely the way to go. The hand-scraped oak planks look broken-in (in a good way), kind of like your favorite jeans.
This wood flooring is produced out of reclaimed wine barrels. Its rich color comes from the natural staining that occurs on the inside of the barrel.
I love hardwood flooring for its natural, shiny finish. It plays an excellent host to rugs, and the color gradients that flow through each piece are truly beautiful. What's better, though, is when hardwood flooring is rescued or transformed from reclaimed barn wood. Not only is the end result a...
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