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Wayne Avenue Kitchen
What kind of floors? What color and brand?
mid century + white + cork
beams, with wood floor white ceiling?
Cork floorPhoto by Susanne Hayek
Cork patterned floor
backsplash tile, floor
Photo by Susanne Hayek
Floor. Cork...cork too?...Cork floor...Striped cork floor...cork floor?
Golden Rule Creative Remodel
Orchid Modern Bath
partition walls; a cost effective solution to eliminating a vanity cabinet. Other interesting touches include a pocket entry door and natural cork flooring. Photos by York Wilson http://yorkwilsonphoto.com
This interesting second floor bath in Hope Valley blends a variety of earth tones and light with creative shapes. The tile shower is deep enough to allow for the absence of a door or curtain at the opening. A round window is set deep in the cavity of the mansard roof overhang, allowing for a tiled niche
Environmental impact: Cork flooring takes the gold in sustainability. Made from the bark of the cork oak tree, it can be safely harvested approximately every 10 years without harming the tree. Plus, the cork grows back over
Hangman Valley Residence
What is on the floor? It is beautiful!
Do you remember what brand and color cork?
Floor ideas for four season room
windows to the floor, the dividers look ok to have
Getting similar look with cork floors
Cork floor, etched metal wall, handrail ? Foyer wall treatment
cork floors, medium wood trim, field stone fireplace
What is flooring used in this room?
what is the flooring material? How was it installed in this basement? How many square feet is the basement?
Love the flooring, This is not stained concrete?
Reflector flooring system
Could be a fluid applied floor. Google "REFLECTOR Enhancer Flooring Systems". Good luck.
Cork w/ a polyurethane coating!
cork with poly eurethane
cork to hide dirt/dog hair
Cork floor with poly coating
Elite Crete Flooring
Cork flooring with gloss
cork floors for basement
multi-colored floor...textured floor...cork floor...Floor and beams...Cork flooring...floor and lighting
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
Markham Street Bathroom
Beautiful cork floor. Love the pattern.
like this photo but website also has good info on cork in bathroom
one-piece counter and sink. Good for kids' bathroom. Cork floor design gorgeous.
Cork floor, kitchen or powder mud room??
love the angular design of the floor with the crisp white hard surfaces.
Cork flooring in herringbone pattern- Donna
comfort, cork can be installed as a click-together floating floor or as glue-down tiles. Both types are available in a variety of colors and patterns. AJ Minite of Siena Flooring Designs loves using cork in the bathroom. "For bathroom installations either click system or glue-down cork flooring is acceptable
acceptable," Minite says. "Our cork comes prefinished with three coats of water-based polyurethane, but for bathrooms we'd recommend adding two more coats after installation and a bead of silicone around the perimeter to keep out excess water."Cost: Cork flooring ranges in price from $3 to $12 per square
Pamela Pennington Studios
What is the floor material in this photo?
Thanks for your question. The floor material is cork!
what is the flooring?
Flooring in kitchen - color block
This is a cork floor, but can do something similar with linoleum.
linoleum or cork look flooring
floor...looks like cork
Linoleum flooring - very nice
linoleum floor, mod design
Cork floor...linoleum floor...what + cork...cork look linolium...cork floor
Caroline Street Residence
What are the pros and cons of cork flooring?
What is the pattern & mfg. of the floor? Floating?
the transition of the cork flooring to the old oak floors in the dining room. Looks just like my 100 year old house in SF.
The cork floors in the Kitchen are by Expanko and I can't remember the pattern. They are 12x12 tiles adhered to the floor (not floating). The wood floors beyond are 100 year
year old 5/16 oak floors with walnut accent strips in the border.
tile - since it has give, it can be used as a sub flooring or all by itself, its hypo allergenic, therefore good for families. Cons: Can be expensive, can easily be damaged by heavy objects, high heels, pets, etc... Can be easily damaged by moisture or spills, it also tends to discolor if located in
David Churchill - Architectural Photographer
Kaplan Wright House LA
Who is the manufacturer of the cork floors?
Thanks -- it came up when I searched "cork floor" so I was a bit confused -- I thought it looked like a stone as well! Thanks again!
Cork flooring that looks like concrete
Cork floor that looks like polished concrete
Cork flooring that looks like concrete!
Cork floors that look like blue concrete