To be filed under "Desperately want": Cutting-edge wood floors from Los Angeles design firm Commune inspired by Nordic textiles and Bauhaus patterns.
The flooring, designed by Commune for Exquisite Surfaces, is made from salvaged oak wagon wood from France and colored in Sand, Army, Indigo and Coal. The patterned collection is fully modular with the potential for a variety of colored grids. The flooring collection is available through Exquisite Surfaces.
Above: Indigo plank floors with a brass Commune signet by E. R. Butler. The indigo-dyed floors feature a variation in color from lighter navy to an almost blue-black.
Above: Signet floors in Army.
Above: The Bauhaus I Collection features a modern interpretation of Latvian grids.
Above: Bauhaus II features varying shades of natural wood.
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