5,827 large plank wood floors Transitional Home Design Photos

Tim Cuppett Architects
11 Reviews
Mountain House
Ideabooks5,052
Questions8
How would I describe these floors, just beautiful, how wide are they and what are they please. Love!!!
What type Of wood and finish? Thanks!
Tim the floor looks great! It reminds me of a floor we made out of White Oak with Cabots Bittersweet stain applied. joel@oakandbroad.com
see all comments above for description of flooring.
"hearts pine" floors with staggering widths of 6,8 and 10 foot boards. Just put 11-12 white oak in my house, "if you can find it" get wide board reclaimed floors (totally swoon worthy)...
Looks like random-width reclaimed wood from old barns
*** White Oak Floor with Cabots Bittersweet Stain
i like this wood floor, even though it is lighter color than what we have been considering.
“floor” — hughcahill
Granite Pro, Inc.
Various Project Photos
Ideabooks1,709
Questions5
Love the floor. What kind of wood is it? Thanks!
What kind of wood is the floor? Thanks!
except these floors look site finished and not prefinished like yours which makes a HUGE difference on the look of a floor.
They look like Black Walnut. We just sent a similar floor to another Houzz user. Her planks are 8" wide and all long length. Let me know if you have any Walnut flooring questions
I like the look of this kitchen. More so layout and scenery. I like two tone cabinetry and island. I like wood floor.
Interesting. Make a pattern with darker or lighter wood.
“Floors” — bwm711
Kayron Brewer, CKD, CBD / Studio K B
12 Reviews
Bellevue Somerset Remodel
Ideabooks2,234
Questions7
who are the acacia wood floors by?
project to use a prefinished floor.
Thanks Kayron, The room is lovely and I really love the acacia floors.
The manufacturer of the floors is Dansk.
The pendants are Jamie Young: Large Saint Charles Pendant in Clear
That floor is beautiful. I agree with Kayron, site finished has a lot of advantages. Sometimes housing covenants will not allow site finishing. Here is a nice Black Walnut floor we just delivered to another Houzz user (site finished).
I believe so far, so good. I most often use wood floors that
The pendants are Jamie Young: Large Saint Charles Pendant in Clear Seeded Glass.
All the appliances in the kitchen were Kitchenaid. I don't have model numbers off hand. The smaller oven over the large wall oven was a micro-convection combo. The cooktop
“Restoration hardware” — rohrbark
Lawrence and Gomez Architects
5 Reviews
Meadow House
Ideabooks7,608
Questions9
master bath a serene quality. The tub deck pierces the glass enclosure to become a shower bench. The pebble shower floor offers an organic visual contrast to the modern tile of the walls and floor. Photo by: Tim Murphy / FotoImagery
Can you tell me the color of the tile shower and floor of the bathroom
Beautiful! Please share what tile was used on floor & wall..?
What is the type of wood/stain for the vanities? Beautiful room!!
Who makes the bathroom floor tile? Thankyou.l Nice use of color all around.
tub deck and wall back splash material is Cream Porcelain 16x32. Tub deck box walls and the floor are Misingi Suber (taupe) 8 x 32 percelain.
Yes, good call. The shower floor is black pebble. Thanks!
“Shower to tub” — Gayle Martin
Divine Custom Homes
5 Reviews
Greeting Area
Ideabooks5,302
Questions8
Can you tell me about the floors? Are they prefinished? Manufacturer?
Could you tell me what width planks were used in this chevron pattern? Thanks so much!
Kyla its a natural Black Walnut Chevron pattern floor. We can certainly provide it. Your installers will give you the dimensions and
How about the length of the planks?
Can you tell me about the flooring. where to purchase, color, and size
Herringbone wood for Entry / Foyer.
“Chevron floor” — aurxmlth
Studio 212 Interiors
15 Reviews
Woodinville Retreat
Ideabooks265K
Questions235
Could you please tell me what type of flooring was used here?
Flooring brand,type of wood,stain color, size and any other details you might be able to share would be appreciated.
What brand of floors are these? Beautiful!
What kind of flooring is that? And is it easy to install?
It seems that is is assumed everyone has a kitchen as large as a master bedroom. I have a 8'x12' kitchen
These floors are so beautiful. I am planning ot redo my floors to also have wook in the kitchen. I asumed most would prefer hardwood over engineered wood. Is there a reason you chose engineered wood for this project and do you have a preference in general
What kind of wood floor can you use in the kitchen?
A lot of installers don't recommend wood flooring in the kitchen,what type is this?
“wood floor and white cabinet” — jjmo2008
Divine Custom Homes
5 Reviews
Four Season Porch
Ideabooks1,106
Questions5
Love the floors! what type and where did you get them? Thank you!
The floor is white oak rough-sawn planks which are faced nailed down to add character.
wide plank floor, reclaimed wood beams?
Beautiful! Love the ceiling/ walls/ floors/ lights/ beams/ windows
Love these wood floors but darker
wood beams and hardwood floors
Wooden beams across plank ceiling
floors, light fixtures, looks comfy
Floor, beam, planking
Flooring, wall panels
beams, floors, colors
beautiful rough sawn planks
rustic wood flooring
Exposed wood beams...Beams walls floors...wood beams...Floor and beams...Rustic floors...hewn wood...rustic wood floor...painted wood...wood beams...wood ceiling...exposed wood beams...wood paneling
“Kitchen is on other side. 2nd living room more relaxed” — corrineyrin
William Quarles Photography
Shaker White Inset
Ideabooks5,788
Questions8
What are the floors? Hardwood or laminate?
Thinner planks maybe good for ours
Honed Marble countertops with clean crisp white cabinets are a great foundation for the wood backsplash and marble feature wall behind the range. Now all you need are some great beach inspired chandeliers!
feel clean, white and crisp, with plenty of space in which to eat, prep and cook. Feldt devoted a good portion of the kitchen's square footage to a large, central island, complete with bar seating, a prep sink, storage, pullout trash cans and oyster-shell chandeliers. The marble countertops require some
“Backsplah” — kchandiharrison
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