44,347 cork wall Transitional Home Design Photos

Shane D. Inman
6 Reviews
Mid-Century Modern Masterpiece
This office has two sides - one for an adult and one for children. The cork board as seen here is ideal for hanging up home-made drawings and pictures
we could do the opposite side of the exercise room wall in file cabinets.
Love the cork wall...Wall Color
“Tissus” — 714gina
Shaw Design Group
Summer Havest 2
Cork board wall in homework nook
Granite top & cabinets installed on the wall!
Magnetic wall. 3 chair work space.
The desk along the wall
long wall
“desks for kids” — kateandchris
Barbara Gilbert Interiors
23 Reviews
Village Park Eco Home
The cork wall covering in the built-in shelving balances out the dark wood blocks over the fireplace. The white accessories really pop in front of the dark cork. Michael Hunter Photography
natural wall covering
cork wall covering...Wall Color
“old bar area?” — k_broadwell
East Coast Cabinet Company
17 Reviews
Merritt Island Coastal Lodge
Custom wine rack with cork wall covering designed by Mark Greene, LLC.
cork wall...Wall Color
Barbara Gilbert Interiors
23 Reviews
Village Park Eco Home
The natural elements in this room are endless from the cork wall covering in the shelves to the wood blocks above the fireplace to the wood beams taken from old barns in northern part of the United States. All of this gives the room a much needed layer of texture and interest. The gray sectional serves
“Fff” — lindanib
Barbara Gilbert Interiors
23 Reviews
Village Park Eco Home
cork wall covering
Wall Color...Wood wall...fireplace wall
“Wood wall” — nphillipps
studio26 homes
Soft-Modern Green Kitchen Remodel
Love the wall color! Who makes it and what is it's name?
joints a cork installation typically requires. I hope that helps! Take care, Malila! Best regards, Brian
Hello Shawpitt, The floor material is cork. The homeowner wanted to be as environmentally firendly as reasonably possible and also have something fairly soft under their feet...so the cork flooring
Hello Malila, Thank you also for your inquiry! I believe the cork has worn just fine for our homeowner. However, it is my general opinion that cork may not be the best product for a kitchen for a few reasons: 1) while soft for our feet and legs during long
their claws, etc.), 2) it appears that most cork is installed more as a floating floor as opposed to solid hardwood, which can possibly pose some small issues with heavy cabinetry sitting on it and general expansion/contraction, and 3) it doesn't seem that cork and moisture 'play' well together, especially
“Color scheme” — shabin
Susan Corry Design
13 Reviews
Porter Ranch Home
room a quick facelift. To avoid chipping the existing tile wainscoting, we installed cork flooring on top of the old tile and placed a solid-surface quartz countertop over the old one. Funky artwork and cheerful walls replace the dated wallpaper.
Where might I find for purchase the wall art in this room
Cork flooring....installed over old tile. Hmmm...
Like the offset pattern on the wall tile and the trim detail. Also the dark tile floor
idea for downstairs bath-tile partially up the wall and a mirror on upper portion over sink and toilet. Cork floor?
standing water for too long. Cork floors can plump, warp and distort if water penetrates a seam.
love the art on the wall
Can we possibly use cork for the yoga room floor
“cork floor in bath” — lauswaus1
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