Scouring the interwebs for the best wood flooring projects can either be a mind number, or exhilarating process, I guess it depends on your love of design, and the resources you’ve been viewing. Luckily, we like good wood flooring too, and we like showing you how good a home remodel can look. We pulled images from Elle Decor UK and Dwell for this feature, as we found some of our very favorite photos of gorgeous interiors on their sites. We think they make for some great inspiration. We’d love to see what your idea of what good interior design looks like, with flooring involved, of course.
An island can become a practical kitchen designed in one compact unit if it includes an integrated sink, oven and worktop. Place it in the centre of a room to preserve original features in a classic home. This island is aligned with the dining table in the room beyond, so that it’s easily accessible; both are finished in white to create a cohesive scheme throughout
PHOTOGRAPHY: SISTERS AGENCY
A San Francisco architect erected this self-sustaining building in a dense urban neighborhood. Outfitted with shelves by EZ Shelving and a generic tool chest, the kitchen’s galvanized steel integrated counter and sink was designed by Baker and fabricated by DeFauw Design + Fabrication. A vintage pair of Norman Cherner’s Plycraft chairs and an A Chair by sustainable furniture-maker David Colwell surround a table by Pacassa Studios, which mounted a custom top on a Herman Miller Eames base. All appliances are electric, including heat-radiating panels, a combo washer-dryer unit, and an induction stove. – See more
A design-savvy family in Copenhagen crafted their dream townhouse. A vaulted loft room in its attic—complete with a typewriter and natural wood furnishings—serves as the perfect hidden workspace. The chair is a vintage Cherner chair, the side table is Nanna Ditzel, and the wood lamp is a Muuto Wood model. – See more
A mix of raw and white-painted wood creates an airy aesthetic in this Melbourne home. The double doors within the open-plan living-dining space can be closed off as desired for a more intimate feel
PHOTOGRAPHY: ARMELLE HABIB
In Denver, a historic former flour mill contains an open-plan apartment that’s perfect for entertaining. Architect Dave Robb preserved many of the building’s native features while countering them with additions like custom stained oak cabinetry and White Macauba quartzite countertops.
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