Couple of reasons:
- Most importantly, it is very sound-deadening which is extremely important to Jen with her brain injury.
- It is one of the 'greenest' flooring products around since you simply harvest the bark but not the tree so the bark simply grows back.
- It is a cushy floor so it feels great to walk on, and great for your back and knees, too.
- They are now available in a variaty of plank-designs where it appears in patterns just like hardwood planks.
- Qualifies for LEED points.
This is the closest kitchen we've found to ours, material-wise,with espresso shaker cabinets, white quartz counters, and light cork floors.
This gorgeous kitchen shows cork planks.
Here's a media room with cork walls.
Cork floor in the exercise room.
Another modern kitchen with cork.
If money was no object, I would do more cork, like in the living room...or in-law suite.
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