Blogging Domino: 03.07 - Green Flooring

Blogging Domino: 03.07 - Green Flooring

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Janel Laban
Feb 21, 2007

The eco-friendly floors roundup is one of our favorite sections of the March Domino. First of all, that table! - we really like it. And of course, the seamless-look cork flooring is very nice too. It's installed without glue, so it can be used over any existing surface. Made by expanko, it's $7.50/sq. ft. We love the interiors shots in this piece - more to follow below the jump:

Modutiles, $180 for 12 tiles (12 sq. ft.) Made from reconstituted cork, renewable and recyclable.

Forbo "Click" linoleum, $5./sq. ft. Made from linseed oil, wood flour and limestone dust.

Synergy Strand mini planks in Java, $6./sq. ft. Bamboo is sustainable; it grows back after being cut.

We chose recycled hard flooring tiles for the bedrooms in our apartment this past summer and are really happy with the non-wood, non-carpet look. It feels very modern and upkeep has been super simple. It's nice to see more alternative floor choices get the centerstage.

See the entire slideshow and get all the source details at dominomag.com. (photo above the jump by Joshua McHugh, photos below by Justin Bernhaut via dominomag.com)

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