Remember when sushi used to be delicacy. Now it flying down conveyor belts and has become as common as canned tuna in the supermarket. That is how I feel about wood flooring. It used to be a carpenters dream “the crème de la crème” of flooring. Now, it has become a carpenter’s nightmare located at any local convenience hardwood store for $1.99 sq ft. Armed with nail gun, Do-it-youselfers, feel that they are licensed to do anything and although I am for people, sometimes you just have to leave it to the professionals. This is exactly who Yael Mer & Shay Alkalay are- professional.
These Israeli born designers changed the hardwood flooring game up by adding color. They use oiled oak herringbone parquet brick flooring and stained each individual piece 5 different colors. Then arranged it in a numbered styled pattern. This traditional style and unorthodox application converged the two worlds of patterned textiles and hardwood flooring to create a mosaic masterpiece. Masterpieces are created to inspire and can never truly be copied and just like great sushi, it also will never come down a conveyor belt….
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