Classical Flooring – Digitally Engineered
This is digitally imaged flooring is from Imago Floors. It looks like intricate late-18th century parquet. The 3/4″-thick, engineered-wood flooring is finished with multi-coat UV-cured resins. It comes with a 15-year guarantee. Parquet floor tiles are $25.50 to $35.50 per square foot.
Foyers are the perfect room for a focal point floor. Usually it is not interrupted with furniture and I love the idea of no carpet since I am a pet lover. Intarsia is located in Florida. In Latin, intarsia means “the process of inlaying fine materials to create lasting beauty and elegance.” They combine Old World craftsmanship with leading edge technology. Waterjet applications for non-porous materials such as marble, granite, porcelain, metal, or glass use abrasive grit mixed with a fine stream of water at 60,000 psi. Directed by a CAD/CAM computer expert, the waterjet cuts with tremendous accuracy, outstanding edge quality, and consistency piece after piece. Designs are almost limitless. Stone deterioration, common in conventional cutting methods, is virtually non-existent allowing for detailing never before available.
Another Florida company Stoneworks offers a Trimstone Collection of medallions. At just 5/8″ think “thin” are lighter and easier to install. They can also be installed on walls and make amazing tables.