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What type of flooring this is?

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Hi! Does anyone know what type flooring this is and where I could get something similar? Thanks Read More
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8y, 2w agoPosted 8 years, 2 weeks ago
Hi! Does anyone know what type flooring this is and where I could get something similar?

Thanks
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8y, 2w agoPosted 8 years, 2 weeks ago
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#1
http://freshome.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/12/loft-apartment-in-london-by-urban-spaces-1.jpg
banned#2
It is lyno?
Or has it been plastered?
Lol - Im prob totally wrong :D
#3
NintySix
It is lyno?
Or has it been plastered?
Lol - Im prob totally wrong :D


Lyno?!!! Really? I thought that they have stoped making lyno in early 1990's.... :w00t:
banned#4
zaro777
Lyno?!!! Really? I thought that they have stoped making lyno in early 1990's.... :w00t:


Lol :-D:-D:-D
#5
It's actually called Vinyl nowadays!!!
banned#6
smithers
It's actually called Vinyl nowadays!!!


:?
1 Like #7
lino,,,
Linoleum (informally abbreviated to lino) is a floor covering made from solidified linseed oil (linoxyn) in combination with wood flour or cork dust over a burlap or canvas backing. Pigments may be added to the materials used. The finest linoleum floors, known as 'inlaid', are extremely durable; they are made by joining and inlaying solid pieces of linoleum. Cheaper patterned linoleums came in different grades or gauges, and were printed with thinner layers which were more prone to wear and tear. Good quality linoleum is sufficiently flexible to be used in buildings in which more rigid material (such as ceramic tile) would crack.
#8
longbowassassin
lino,,,
Linoleum (informally abbreviated to lino) is a floor covering made from solidified linseed oil (linoxyn) in combination with wood flour or cork dust over a burlap or canvas backing. Pigments may be added to the materials used. The finest linoleum floors, known as 'inlaid', are extremely durable; they are made by joining and inlaying solid pieces of linoleum. Cheaper patterned linoleums came in different grades or gauges, and were printed with thinner layers which were more prone to wear and tear. Good quality linoleum is sufficiently flexible to be used in buildings in which more rigid material (such as ceramic tile) would crack.


God bless Google! :-D

Do you think that is lino in the pic above?
#9
vinyl and lino are two different things.
#10
zaro777
God bless Google! :-D

Do you think that is lino in the pic above?


Is the flooring rough to feel? Smooth? Have you any idea how thick it is?
#11
Jed Maxwell
Is the flooring rough to feel? Smooth? Have you any idea how thick it is?


No, I have never seen this - only in pics.
#12
it's white. that's bad. very very very very bad.......lol
#13
is it not marble
1 Like #14
oh ok, I thought you'd moved into the house and were looking to cover other areas in it. Probably have your work cut out then. Did you get the picture from a website? E-mail the webmaster? lol

Might be worth a try.
#15
zaro777
God bless Google! :-D

Do you think that is lino in the pic above?


Wikipedia actually,,,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linoleum

:thumbsup:
#16
Jed Maxwell
oh ok, I thought you'd moved into the house and were looking to cover other areas in it. Probably have your work cut out then. Did you get the picture from a website? E-mail the webmaster? lol

Might be worth a try.


Thanks, will take this pic to a local flooring shop and see what they say. :thumbsup:
#17
There's absolutely no way anyone can tell you what that flooring is from that picture alone.
#18
Could possibly be polished concrete, concrete can incredibly be laid and buffed to a high shine glossy surface!
1 Like #19
harlzter;5114108
Could possibly be polished concrete, concrete can incredibly be laid and buffed to a high shine glossy surface!


More Info


http://www.whatprice.co.uk/decorating/polished-concrete.html

and I love this guys worktops made from concrete.
#20
harlzter

More Info


http://www.whatprice.co.uk/decorating/polished-concrete.html

and I love this guys worktops made from concrete.


Wow I am impressed!!!! Do you know how much that would cost? We are buying a loft apartment and I am sure that there is concrete under the laminate and carpets!
#21
#22
that to me looks like living room flooring....thanks me later
#23
could be concrete its quite popular theses days you can also have lots of different pieces set inside it like shiny glitter. pebbles, stars and what not.....probably better suited to warmer climates tho tbh ......oz n the like
#24
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#25
harlzter
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:lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:

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