Nothing adds instant character and age to a new home than natural interior stone flooring – after all, Mother Earth worked on it for centuries.
These examples of interior stone flooring also happen to be reclaimed Jerusalem limestone, so thousands of footsteps helped add patina. Time worn materials laid in a formal pattern don’t come off as fussy. Adding to the relaxed feel are elegant lanterns, rustic benches, reclaimed beams and over-sized pottery. Large scale artwork floats freely against the plaster walls in these interiors. Together, the elements generate a charming and serene environment.
(Source: Oz Architects)
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Tricia Rose says
It’s not just the floors that are beautiful, what about the metal windows – and the beams!
Jane F says
That looks like Jerusalem limestone, one of my favorite stones. Love the floors and the house style.
I love everything about post of these hallways, Tricia. Although I do like metal windows, they seem to be everywhere. Have you seen the master bath with double showers made from steel windows (Eclectic Bath – Steel Window Shower Luxury, Oct 4, 2010).
Thanks, Jane. I added that to the post.
I am sure it is not much of a surprise that I love the walls!