McElroy RenovationContemporary Family Room, Philadelphia

Sam Oberter Photography

Inspiration for a contemporary light wood floor and brown floor family room remodel in Philadelphia with a tv stand and multicolored walls —  Houzz
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Nicole Castle wrote:Oct 25, 2015
  • Andree Parenteau-Kraft
    We reclaimed an old gym floor, took 4000 square feet out, denailed it with a push denailer. Then cleaned the tongue and groove. Sanded it after install over and over. Turned out beautiful but very, very labour intensive
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Bruce Ross wrote:Jan 26, 2015
Autumn Kramer wrote:May 31, 2015
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    STUDIOrobert jamieson

    This is a reclaimed basketball court form a college in Wisconsin

Beth wrote:May 17, 2015
dartrider wrote:May 17, 2015

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    annecolby
    Anne Colby added this to How to Hire a Painter to Do Your InteriorsDec 1, 2015

    Whom to hire: You should work with a professional painting contractor who is licensed and insured. Ask about insurance and bonding to be sure that all workers are covered for any injuries. Find out if the company provides a warranty on its work and for how long. You may want to ask how long the company has been in business and if its painters are employees or subcontractors. Benjamin Moore recommends getting at least three references from past customers. You can also check Houzz pro pages for customer reviews of the company. Find painting professionals near you

    anniekendall
    Annie Thornton added this to Houzz Tour: Bright Outlook for a Midcentury Home in the TreesJan 6, 2015

    The stairs open up to the newly expanded lower-level family room. The home’s original entry from the garage had been through the laundry room. They removed the bedroom next to the garage and expanded this room so that instead of entering the house through the laundry room, they now get to walk in through here.After they removed the extra guest bedroom, they were left with a mix of floor coverings on the lower level. Robert reached out to Urban Evolutions, a reclaimed-wood vendor, with the idea to use the wood from an old gym floor. The company offered him a few options, and he picked one that still had some painted boards. “I liked the primary colors on this one and gave them the direction of 25 percent painted to 75 percent unpainted boards as a mix,” he says. A local company installed the wood, mixing the colored pieces with the natural pieces per Robert’s design. “The installers were ultimately great,” he says, “but originally were like, ‘You want to plane it down, right?’”Rug, sofa: ABC Carpet & Home; TV credenza: Design Within Reach: armchair: Aalto, Artek original reproduction

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    ggmilz
    ggmilz added this to 2019 New for Mid-mod mountain coastalSep 2, 2019

    Love the credenza. Game room? Loft off the deck?

    rgoodvin
    rgoodvin added this to midcentury living roomJun 24, 2019

    windows, continuity between spaces, streamlined

    dlavendors
    dlavendors added this to FlooringMar 30, 2019

    Bowling alley wood! Love for flooring, beams, walls, anything.

    dlavendors
    dlavendors added this to Recycled Material ExamplesMar 30, 2019

    Bowling alley flooring! Love this to cover floors, walls, or beams!

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