680 stained oak flooring Midcentury Home Design Photos

The Works
9 Reviews
Portland Modern Mix
Ideabooks322
Questions2
What is the wood flooring used throughout this project?
Hello! The floors are ebony stained oak floors. Refinished and stained in place.
That color stain for contrite floors
Dark wood floors with more modern tile pieces throughout walls and shower
Dark wall at end matching floor
floor color with time contrast for small area too.
“Tiles in shower” — beckerdamm
yamamar design
Diamond Heights Eichler Kitchen
Ideabooks1,561
Questions2
Hi. I love these concrete floors. Can you please tell me how you achieved the color of these floors and how far apart the joints were placed? We are going to build a midcentury modern inspired home in about a year's time and I love the idea of
of durability and affordability of concrete floors.
light color concrete floors with gaps
rift sawn oak cabs with orange cab is nice but not wood on island- too much
pretty concrete floors and like the pattern in
The concrete floors with strike lines in it.
“More concrete” — raphaellivingston
Flavin Architects
19 Reviews
Mid Century Modern in Lincoln
Ideabooks444
Questions1
by opening up the kitchen and living room. Spectacular exposed beams were lightened with a light grey stain and the floor was finished in a dark grey cerused oak stain. The low pitched roofs, open floor plan, and large windows openings connect the house to nature to make the most of its rural setting.
“Lighting” — alissah
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Lakeview Remodel
Ideabooks3,139
Questions6
What type of floors and stain are these?
What type or wood and stain are the cabinets please?
Could be a dark stain on cherry or even mahogany with a dark stain.
These might be the same wood as mine. Stain my cabinets darker like these.
Dark cab, white counters lights floors
M cabinets w/our floor choice
cabinet wood and stain close
Cabinets and flooring
Backsplash, lighting. Flooring
Floor tile...Floor color
“Backsplash” — kols4
Sarah Gallop Design Inc.
31 Reviews
Retro Revival
Ideabooks1,743
Questions3
Can you tell me what the floor is? Thanks
It looks like a site finished oak floor with custom stain.
DT house Contrast of colors, dark cabinets with light floors.
I like the combination of the woods and brick (not so much the green) but keep the floor in mind when reno'ing kitchen and check out darker grout for fireplace.
“Dark wood against white formica” — Joshua Herzig-Marx
Bernbaum-Magadini Architects
4 Reviews
The See-Through House
Ideabooks950
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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
“love the openness” — Crystal Vann Wallstrom
Kaylovesvintage
Coffee table
Ideabooks1,258
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What type of flooring is this? Brand. Stain and Width please.
These old floor boards were in the house when we bought it. They are probably from the 50's or the 60's. They have been covered with carpet for years. We cleaned them and stained them with a light pine color and varnished them several times. Because
Because of the age the boards were quite dark already. The stain didn't add that much.
I love everything about this. The floors, the vintage furniture, everything.
“podloga” — izyka
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Sugar Bowl Residence
Ideabooks21,947
Questions19
Can you tell me about the wood floors. I assume they are original but maybe stained?
who made the coffee table? Is it one piece, type of wood and stain?
What is the coffee table and the wood floor color? Love it! Thank's!
What is the wood on the ceiling? Stain? Thank you
Pefect coffee table. I miss the big oak desk with the sawed-off legs.
Wood ceiling, wood floor, and living area spilling into dining
The open floor plan features mid-century furnishings reduced to the simplest lines. From the roomy, low-slung sofas to the Wegner folding rope chairs, to the soft
fireplace is neat, but I currently have a fireplace and it goes unused so much. I'd rather not do a fireplace inside and save the space. Oh, and wood flooring in the common areas please. :)
“Colour combo” — thepres
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