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A new take on cork flooring
While we’ve all seen the pennies embedded in resin as flooring and bar tops, Jelinek Cork has a new spin on the aesthetic that’s much greener, and frankly, more beautiful in my opinion. The company cuts recycled wine corks at a similar size, and lays them down to create a naturally resilient and water-resistent surface. In order to make the tiles, corks are sliced like a long salami into quarter-inch thick pieces, then glued to a backing paper to make for easier installation (and cool patterns). Some are colors, some are natural, but the result across the board is stunning. See the whole collection here. And if you’re looking for a place to recycle your old wine corks, check out CorkReHarvest. Via Inhabitat.