Recycled Cork Tiles Are Resilient Yet Calming
As the Fig Garden Project lurches towards completion--well it never will be in truth--I am thrilled that they hall bathroom finally is completed. And so the affection for cork continues. Cork tiles from Duro Design add complement the retro 1960s tile that I cannot yet bear to replace--and I won’t for now because they are in still great shape. But the dreary linoleum had to go, and so for this bathroom, cork flooring without question it is. I layered it with three coats of stain, and then three coats of urethane. Once finished, the tiles are tough and feel sturdy under the feet--and yet feel cushy and comfortable when compared to ceramic tile. In the future I would love to have an entire house slathered in cork--but for now I am going with the bamboo elsewhere in the home. Consider cork for your bathroom floor: you won’t regret it. Follow Leon Kaye on Twitter, or on Instagram (GreenGoPost).