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Inspire Q
Easy Elegance Home
Engineered floor
“dove wing” — becdavmax
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
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GranDesign Studio
2 Reviews
A modern apartment
Engineered flooring
“sencillo material bco” — beakitty
9 Reviews
Free Samples of 7" Natural Acacia Oiled Engineered hardwood flooring
Free Samples of 7" Natural Acacia Oiled Engineered hardwood flooring
looking hardwood floor that will give your home a warm and inviting feel with unmatched beauty for decades to come. Hand scraped hardwood flooring is ideal for
warmth, beauty, and uniqueness of this hardwood floor. Room scenes, pictures, and actual hardwood floor samples are intended as a visual guide and color
7" Hand Scraped Natural Acacia Oiled This floor has a delicate balance of hand-scraping and distressing done by the hands of master craftsmen. The end
Depending on the natural wood characteristics and finishing process, every floor is unique unto itself. ...
“Floor” — twinmama11
McKay Flooring Ltd
Handsawn Rustic Oak
Hi...what type wood and floor stain? Love it
Reclaimed wood floors. Reclaimed natural oak can sometimes look as if it's stained even when it's not. All that gorgeous patina add instant age and charm
charm to any space. Who would want to put down an area rug on these gorgeous floors?
What is the stain on this floor?
“patio” — Afroditi Kosma
4 Reviews
Jolly Rancher
Could you tell me the name of the floors and what company?
I love these floors. Are they hardwood or enginerred? What is the name and company they
Great looking floors. What is the wood and finish?
finish you are referring. If it's the flooring, that is an oil-finished, white-washed european white oak.
Engineered white oak with whitewash finish.
They look like an Engineered White Oak with a Whitewash or similar finish . We are making something
Oak and Broad, you guys spam every wood floor post. It gets kinda old.
Engineered white oak with whitewash finish.
spars, like floor with white kitchen, stools
Engineered white oak with whitewash finish
Engineered White Oak with a Whitewash
“wood floor” — Julie Moseley
Kitchen Gallery
13 Reviews
Slab door, Lacqured, subway tile bachsplash, engineered stone countertop, garbage pull-outs, pot filler
Engineered StoneEngineered stone countertops are made of 93 percent natural stone and 7 percent polymers and are highly resistant to scratches and stains
Whitsunday Marble & Granite. "To clean engineered stone we recommend water and a mild detergent. Engineered stone is tough, but not indestructible."More:
stains. "Engineered stone countertops are highly resilient, but high temperatures will damage the polymers and can also damage your counters," says Lichlyter
Lichlyter. Use a hot-pot pad when placing heated objects on engineered stone surfaces. For countertops with a smooth and matte look, use a mild soap and water
What kind of floors are these?
“Black tile” — zico962
Goldcon Construction
2 Reviews
North Vancouver Engineered Hardwood Flooring
Beautiful hardwood flooring installed by Goldcon Construction.
I love this beautiful wood floor! What is the species/color/ etc.?
It is a walnut handscraped wire brushed engineered floor by ...
It looks like Black Walnut flooring with a very matte finish.
North Vancouver Engineered Hardwood Flooring
like these floors
“Floor” — dnblack17
Jordan Iverson Signature Homes
14 Reviews
Urban cosmopolitan Great Room with ethanol fireplace
Kentwood Elements EDGE Maple Cinder Engineered
What do you like about this photo? Floors and grey walls
instructions, and you will probably be limited to engineered wood. Main living areas like the first floor, kitchen and family room benefit from a harder wood
will lay the floor affects the type of floor that can be used. If you have hot-water or electric radiant heat, you can install wood flooring, but you must
wood, like oak or ash. In a bedroom or on a third floor, a softer wood (such as pine) will hold up just fine.
Where can I get this hardwood floor?
“escalier plancher” — emarceau
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