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Pamela Pennington Studios
Thanks for your question. The floor material is cork!
Love the cork look - can you get cork looking linoleum or vinyl?
Dark border. Cork look.
linoleum that looks like cork
cork looks good with
linoleum or cork look flooring
floor...looks like cork
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Wayne Avenue Kitchen
mid century + white + cork
Cork floorPhoto by Susanne Hayek
Cork patterned floor
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cork floor, fridge at door entrance
cork floors & orange stools
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Prestige Custom Building & Construction, Inc.
If cork comes in this colour it would be pretty in the place of hard wood.
Medium toned brown cork
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Nick Moshenko Architectural Photography
White cab and Griege floor, cork
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Dining Area and Wine Storage
by CaesarStone, and the cork pendant light is Alentejo by Forecast.
Soft furnishings. Cork can be ground, shaved and applied to soft furnishings. It contains a waxy, naturally fire-resistant substance called suberin, which protects cork trees from forest fires. Note: Cork is generally considered
Caroline Street Residence
What are the pros and cons of cork flooring?
I like 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
warm cork floors, pair with red-tone area rug
Cork!! Will it bounce?
Cork floors. Says they come in colors now look up options
Cork floor next to oak floor
Cork floor with medium tone cabinets.
Cork floor... Color/pattern choices or is it only as shown?
Cork floors. The warmth and comfort of cork underfoot makes it a great choice for the kitchen, where we often stand for long periods of time. Cork also touts a lot of green cred: It's a rapidly renewable and carefully protected resource. Every nine years producers in Portugal and Spain strip the thin