11,305 brick floor Home Office Design Photos

Suiter Construction Company, Inc.
Custom Built Brick and Stucco Home
Custom Built Brick and Stucco Home
Is the fireplace red brick whitewashed?
Dark wood floor, built in and crown but windows still trimmed white
fireplace--stone instead of brick. bookcases to side.
fireplace wood and brick dimensions---just needs different colors
Brick with wood.....nice
Brick nice offset to wood
brick fireplace surround
Possible brick...Brick fireplace...brick fireplace
“Cozy home office” — zila77
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
22 Reviews
my office
All the different textures! The brick walls combined with the geocomb flooring combined with the texture of the upholstery fabric on the chairs and the bold, bold colors.
Love the Colors and the brick wall
Open brick walls, printed chairs, yellow typewriter
Bright Pink & Yellow with brick wall
What about thin brick on the back wall
love the brick wall ambiance and the sunny yellow .. the whole look comes off well
“good yellow to paint cabinets in garage kitchen” — airdrie02
C O N T E N T Architecture
Loft Study & Yoga Space
Loooove the red brick n hardwood floor look
don't like the floors - too much grain
Graffiti fabric / brick wall details
dark wood floors & exposed brick wall
floor, wall, glass, brick, steel
nice flooring for the oofice
floor boards....Woof floor...6th floor...dark floors...exposed brick...wood floor
“Crazy fabric” — sfsuperstar
Statkus Architecture Pty Ltd
4 Reviews
Northcote Studio
What kind of flooring is this?
how do you do the floor without seeing seams?
The floor has held up well over time in this project. There are no wet areas such as bathrooms, kitchen or laundry adjacent or near this floor and I would not suggest this. The floor is sealed in the same way a solid timber floor would be sealed which protects the floor but is susceptible
appropriate for floors (rather than furniture) and details on how to apply. Whichever product you use, it'll most likely need a few coats with sanding in between to get a decent finish. Good luck.
Hi, this is great. I have a particle board floor and would like to make it look like the floor above. You
is paint my chipboard floor with a wood varnish? Do I sand it first maybe or would that rip the particles off? Thanks, very impressed.
“possible deck floor?” — addiesanchez
Vintage Renewal
Loft shots
like brick walls and wood floor (maybe unpainted brick though
white washed brick wall for bedroom cld be nice too/.
empty frames on floor
bright, brick and wood, green
Brick wall...painted white brick...wood, brick, fabric...painted brick...white brick...wood flooring...brick wall...painted brick
“Brick wall” — lesliedurant
Ted Maines Interiors
Executive Office
What kind of wood is the floor made out of?
Could I please have any information regarding this amazing floor?
Remodeling kitchen/dining/living/sunroom. LOVE this beautiful floor. Could I please get any info available about it?
I do not believe the answer to "what is this floor?" is correct?
Can you please verify Brand, style, color names of this floor? it is truly amazing looking.
It is a Hickory hardwood flooring. I am attaching two images with the same type of hardwood flooring having a decorative medallion installed.
Floor looks more like Hickory without a stain.
style of Wood Floors / 2 tone off the hook
“cortinas” — arisso
Contemporary Home Office
about brick wallpaper? Must have a couch!
exposed brick and smart use of vertical space for books
brick veneer on the wall! or that slate stuff like on the fireplace
cool exposed brick with shelving
Bright floor...daybed brick wall...Brick den...Brick wallpaper...brick wall...brick wall...wood floor
“The table top slab and the small drawer with rollers” — intandiyana
MusaDesign Interior Design
6 Reviews
Millennium Tower Loft-Home Office
is this a wood floor? It looks like the floor is made of the end grains of 4x4s. What is this Flooring?
Telling us what the actual flooring here is? The other contractor speculated on it here
end-grain floors in its lobby, restaurant and several other buildings. They have been there for years an look incredible.
End Grain Flooring is a very unique form of flooring that has been used throughout Europe and later in American history for one particular goal: durability. End grain floors were
were a traditional floor covering in factory buildings, heavy traffic commercial buildings, museums, bridges, board walks and even on US roads still in operation today. They absorb energy, noise and the angle of cut allows for the growth rings to resist scraping and general wear much more effectively than
“end grain flooring” — crick70
Brick Floor - what pattern on the layout is this?
How did you make them so shiny? Do you have to re-seal every year? What do they wear like? Are they slippery.
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