Hall and office barContemporary Hall, San Francisco

Breakfast bar separates the kitchen from the entrance of the apartment. Bar made of lacquered wood green. Swivel stools "Bombo" of Magis. Wooden floor made of white lacquered oak aging. Kartell Hanging Lamps.

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stillcleanjunkmail wrote:Feb 16, 2014
  • Dina Gold

    Love the flooring! Is that original oak and you painted on top? Did you do that or hire a service?

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    Isolina Mallon Interiors

    The floor came lacquered from the factory and aged this way. This model is not in production anymore.

Daisy Eubanks wrote:Apr 16, 2012
  • hatlady2
    Love the vibrant pops of color against the weathered floor!
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    Isolina Mallon Interiors
    The kitchen bar was made by a carpenter, fully customized.
    The material is DM 3 "thick. The width is 43" and height of 43 "x 18" deep.
    The color green satin lacquered RAL 6018.
cdcunning wrote:Oct 20, 2013
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    Isolina Mallon Interiors
    The radiator is a cast iron model that works with hot water. It has a Silestone counter over it, that way it's possible to use it like a shelve.
    You could take a look in decorative radiators like Antrax ( http://www.antrax.it/en). They can give you some ideas that maybe can work in your kitchen.
suziwash wrote:Dec 13, 2012
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    Isolina Mallon Interiors
    The floor is lacquered oak.
    With the time the paint deteriorates and gives this vintage look.
    If you have a hardwood floor you can consult a specialist to check out it and ask if it's possible to lacquer it in white.
    Or you always can install a natural oak wood flooring and paint over it.
    I don't know any brand that sells white lacquered flooring like this one.
cbrummett wrote:Jan 1, 2013

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Cheryl Freedman added this to 11 Distinctive Finishes for Original FloorboardsJun 10, 2015

    Weathered and worn. A distressed floor can be a surprisingly effective way to add interest to, or “dirty up,” a minimal space. These oak floorboards have been painted white and then left to peel and flake. The result is perfectly Shabby Chic, and it looks brilliant with the super-modern furniture in tangy brights — a lesson in how not to be dull.If you don’t have the time or inclination to wait for authentic wear and tear, you can DIY distress; search for tips online or seek out a workshop. The techniques are similar to those for distressing furniture (often applying waxes to certain areas so paint doesn’t stick, or scraping and sanding back patches of paint to reveal the wood underneath).

    Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer added this to Lessons in Living Comfortably: Embrace the Scratches and DentsOct 8, 2013

    One of the most basic elements of your home — the floor — can make an immediate and unmistakable statement. Can you imagine a "Please take your shoes off" sign at this front door? Rather, this floor says, "Please don't worry about your high heels or muddy tennis shoes. I just want you to come in and get comfortable." Plus, don't you love the colorful contemporary furniture with this floor? Very well done.

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    beth_johnson_chagrin added this to ReSet LoungeJun 6, 2019

    if green accent - just an idea for a place to drink a juice not round

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