1,420 stain flooring Midcentury Living Design Photos

Genesis Architecture, LLC.
3 Reviews
Christensen Remodeling
Ideabooks4,820
Questions9
We are having our concrete floors stained. Is this a stained concrete floor or is is tile? Thanks
love, love, love this floor. can a plywood floor be glued to concrete?
Is that plywood floor how was the concrete look done, Want to do this
please email me at lauriesschneider@gmail,com I want to make my plywood floors look like concrete, please
the concrete floor is beautiful. I love the color; What stain did you use Thks, hdnpangas@gmail.com
It is not uncommon for stained concrete floors to have a gloss or semi-gloss finish. Just depends on final sealer top coat
We had our floors stained and love it. It's no colder then ceramic tile. We do have and area area rug in front of the sofa and a runner when you first come into the house. I mop it with mop and glow and it looks really nice. My understanding is that the stain lasts for several years. I
“floor” — kaythouse79
Klopf Architecture
3 Reviews
Klopf Architecture - San Francisco Mid-Century Modern Remodel
Ideabooks3,932
Questions3
what floor is it?is it white oak?
I think you are on point with your assesment. White Oak is preferred for dark stains.
Dark stain floors and outdoor railing
clockwise from top left all Valspar: Rising Tide 4008-3A, Coastal Dusk -2B, Porcelain red WV37015, with a deep dark ebony stained wood floor
Dark floor black leather and light rug
dark floors, light wall, lots of windows, pop of red
wall color picks up bluish tone in our floor and red from
Here's another fantastic wall of windows but with dark, almost black wood floors and a mixture of gray and white hues as the predominant colors. This living room is the epitome of cool, clean and modern. The small bits of red give just the right amount of pep and life.
“Little bits of red!” — Spencer Ayer
Bernbaum-Magadini Architects
4 Reviews
The See-Through House
Ideabooks971
Questions1
Large windows oriental looking chairs and what is the wood on the floor
colors, dark floor, travertine coffee table.
was done to the original living room, which already had unobstructed views of a creek and ravine and was spacious enough for large parties. The oak floors were refinished, and a shade was added to the window on the right for sun control. The owners handled their own interiors, choosing a mix of antique
“No architraves and minimalist skirting boards” — samvanhouts
Hufft Projects
3 Reviews
Modern w/ a Side of Ranch
Ideabooks3,810
Questions4
added space where an expanded program required it. Clad with cedar, the addition contains a master suite on the first floor and two children’s rooms and playroom on the second floor. A small vegetated roof is located adjacent to the stairwell and is visible from the upper landing. Interiors throughout
I love this look. Can you please tell me the color of the wall as well as the floors? Thanks.
white wall, white brick, LIGHT wood stain flooring
White brick, bay windows and dark wood floors
“Painted white brick fireplace” — sbrown9397
Flavin Architects
19 Reviews
Mid Century Modern in Lincoln
Ideabooks1,331
Questions6
beams and deep overhangs. The design rejects the traditional New England house with its enclosing wall and inward posture. The low pitched roofs, open floor plan, and large windows openings connect the house to nature to make the most of its rural setting. Photo: Nat Rea
What is the stain or treatment, that color and look is amazing...?
What color paint are the beams? Are they also white oak as the floor? Thanks!
What kind of floors are these?
The floors are white oak, plain sawn, 5” boards. Finish is a custom gray ceruse stain.
The floors are plain sawn white oak with a cerused grey finish over blue stain.
The beams are rough-sawn fir, painted Benjamin Moore Full Moon 2119-70. Floor are 6" White Oak, stain is blued/white
“sectional by mitchell gold and bob williams mgbwhome.com” — vlachgirl
VisuaLingual
VisuaLingual home/HQ
Ideabooks1,390
Questions1
what type of floors are these?
This is a hardwood floor. It may be original to when the building was built [circa 1850], or at least it's very old, which is why it has the roughness and patina you see in the photo.
I like this floor but may be too dark for our living room
The wood floor and the couch
i like the old looking wood floors
Earthy hues, the natural rug, handsome wood floors and lush greenery work together to give a loft space an ethnic appeal. High ceilings make room for tall trees and results in greater indoor air quality, too. Next: Tour a Warm and Seductive Loft in Milan Soho Loft Shows the Warm Side of Modern
remember to look at your arrangement from upstairs too. You may be pleased to find an entirely different and equally beautiful look from that upper floor perspective.
“shape of the coffee table” — leleff
Jennifer Weiss Architecture
Moraga Residence
Ideabooks15,357
Questions16
Really loving the floors chosed for this project. They seem like some sort of oak, but I am wondering about what sort of stain they have on. Can you tell us please? Thanks in advance Paco
What did you use on the floor. looks so great. a chemical finish? i have to floor about 100 square mt and I dont know whát kind of finish is the right one. please help.
what type of flooring is this?
extreme contrast between floors and walls
Living room open up to back yard. Flooring and wall color
like the dark floor, with ligher walls and accent color couch - but not in orange.
1. Hard flooring. If you are redoing floors or choosing flooring for a new home, a great choice to make early on in the design process is to go with the same treatment throughout the space. You can maintain a sense of continuity even with several different flooring materials as long as they
“fireplace” — tschutz11
ionDesign,LLC
12 Reviews
Mid Century Modern Remodel
Ideabooks9
Questions0
stained concrete. maybe built in shelves. rug or carpet to create a room space.
stained concrete floors
Refinished Concrete floors
“stained concrete. maybe built in shelves. rug or carpet to create a room space.” — bfarragut
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